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"This is the field and acre of G-d 
This is the place where human harvests grow." 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 




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Yeshiva University High Schools 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Samuel Belkin, President, Yeshiva University 




Cnarles H. Bendheim, Chairman, 
Board of Directors 




Rabbi Abraham N. Zuroff, Supervisor 





Samuel Levine, Executive Director 



Sheldon Socol, Director, Student Finances 



Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Brooklyn 

Rabbi Abraham N. Zuroff, Principal 

Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Manhattan 

Rabbi David L. Weinbach. Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan 

Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Martin Lilker, Administrator 



Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Brooklyn 

Rabbi Manfred Fulda, Administrator 



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."ison n'a m nany nsiap aw n:n 
■73 /rnxsr ]jis — nnay niaiy yanx nns 
,mpn lina pa d-itisi usi ,D"na nani'? nnx 
.TTiya DJ pna'' k'? iejo- rra I'ai p'a'a nu;pni:7 
'ja mïl'^ lyia 'rns po'a rrnay '73 'jam., 
,1:"'? imau;) "imu id ~ira ns n ms iii^x '733 'rxnu?' 
? "wy 13// — "WTi" ■■ D''ays nasi na"? .(a"'? 
nas'^an nn'rau? ''iur diiz; -s^n niisn 'xiia Hba 
."wy î3„ï:? la^a -'n — 
nnx Di .p n-"-' p'?SN D51í' n^^pb nsn -"^xi 
p//U; — na'-a iiy n'--' nflon-n'a nx naa^anu; 

."iri'iiry 
ri3a"i?ni ,i3'?sx ima'? ^îi'X nx xa-'? ni -nam 
x"?!!? ntt'pn iT'n'' nn — D"na i^min nx Tan 

!D'7iy'? pn:' 

nnyn man ^nia 





Dear Graduates: 

I am delighted to welcome you to tKe growing 
ranks of our alumnae and to congratulate you 
on your achievements. Although the last four 
years represent only a small fraction of your lives, 
they are the most formative ones and play the 
greatest role in your development. It is my sin- 
cerest hope that you have talcen advantage of the 
many intellectual, ethical and spiritual experi- 
ences which our school offered and are well-pre- 
pared to face the world. 

Congratulations and much success. 

Sincerely yours, 

MARTIN LILKER 

Administrator 



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ill these hands, life 






Forget not, men, the world's first days; 
G-d smiled His works to see. 
Then, last of all, He shaped moist earth 
And He who made all else made thee. 
In the hands of G-d all life. 



Phyllis Maza 



Who can Iruthfuliy proclaim 
"In my hands . . . life ? 
Can they ^ the workers, planners. 
Thinkers of time gone? 
Did lhe> not labor long and hard 
In helping life move on? 
In their hands . . . life? 

And what of man on earth today? 
But to create they would 
Devote their lives. Exalt them! 
They seek all mankind's good. 
In their hands . . . life? 

Or will some men yet to he born 
View the products of their might 
And call themselves Creators, 
Certain of their right 

To say: In these hands . . . life? 

But no man does proclaim in truth 
Life springs from out these hands 
Save he who formed a universe 
With stars, and seas, and sands. 
Then, in whose hands . . . life? 




faculty 



A mind cannot endure in darkness. Wisdom is 
fostered in each generation by its teachers, who have 
placed that precious gift in our hands. 




To tlie teaclier who made learning a joy and not a drudgery 



To the teacher ^vho made a complex subject comprehensible . 



To the teacher who gave time and counsel when needed 



To the teacher who understood that marks are secondary; that we 



are human beings, not report cards . . . 



To the teacher who brought light to our minds 



To each one we dedicate this yearbook. 



To the fullillmenl of their hopes and our own, we dedicate our hves. 



J^ebfew studies 




Mrs. Edelsburg 



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Mr. Eliezri 






Mrs. Faskovvitz 



Rabbi Dr. 

Metzger 





Miss Offenbacher 



Rabbi Perlman 




Rabbi Shkop 



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Mr. Steif 




Mr. Scbwartzbard 




Not Shown: 
Dr. Joffen 



Rabbi Waxman 



C^nalíán 



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Mr. Cohen 



Mrs. Franklin 





Mr. Pearl 



Mrs. Stern 



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anauaaeó 




Not Shown: 
Mr. Gendell 
Miss Laffangue 
Dr. Pascal 




Mrs. Finnigan 



Mr. Klein 



Social ^tudieó 






Mrs. Faerber 



Mrs. Galitzer 



Mrs. Rochlin 



Science Cjf i v ¡atkematico 




Miss Adlerblum 





Mrs. Lerer 



Miss Marks 




Not Shown: 
Mr. Taylor 
Mrs. Felman 




Mr. Zomick 



Miss Spitzer 



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Mrs. Levinson 




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Mrs. Strauss 



Mrs. ScheinfeU 




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Miss Rabinowitz 




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Miss Chill 



Miss Richards 



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Mrs. Aufrichtig, 
Secretary 



Mrs. Rabinowitz, 
Secretary 





Johny Laboy, 
Maintenance 



Mrs. Parker 

Cafeteria Manager 



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(graduates 



In these hands is the choice of a career, of a partner 
in life, of the path to a dream. In these hands the future 
of a nation, the tomorrow of the world. 



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BASHEVA ABOFF 

n^n ^u D^7n¡?nT]n anm 

I'm late, I'm late, for a very important date . . . But Miss Alder- 
blum, there was a fire . . . Aunt of the year, every year . . . Her 
pincurls got stuck between Bialik and dikduk . . . Mezeg Haaver 
Hayom? . . , our amateur psychiatrist . . . shows deep understand- 
ing of humanity and basic interest in man . . . exponent of the 
virtues of Time Magazine. 

Class Debater; Class Secretary; Class Photographer; Booster 
Leader; Fashion Show Model; Poster, Decoration Committees; 
Class Play 




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EVA ABOSCH 

127 njDJi...i;j nuir 

All about Eva . . . who would believe that this petite mademoi- 
selle could instigate such king-size mischief . . . virtuoso pianist and 
lover of classical music, especially Chopin's Fantasie impromptu 
. . . it's Mr. Lilker's favorite too! . . . graciously accepted by Y.U. 
on our Sophomore week-end . . . Eva plans to attend N.Y.U. 
where this mad scientist will switch to political science. 

Class President; Service Squad; Talent show; Various Committes; 
Competitive Assembly; Arista Play; Big Sister 






CHANA ANTMAN 

D-'üjj ra ns-' 

Who says blondes have more fun? . . . Mr. Lilker's unsolicited 
advisor . . . matzos taste best in History class ... a terrific hostess 
at an unforgettable senior weekend ... a sincere worker for the 
Guild . . , splendidly promoted the public relations of Centrals 
first Russian class; "Pretty Chana Antman," wrote the post . . . Oh 
those eyes! 

Class President, Vice-President; Guild; Booster Coach, Leader; 
Choir; Ping-Pong team; Dramatics; Sing Committee; Senior 
Weekend 



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JUDITH APPLETON 

ni?uT]n ^32 nn'PüJiD 

How do wc remember thee? . . . Extra-curricular activities galore 
. . . the mad, mad tea parties in Chemistry class . . . the mam- 
moth hazard on the third floor . . . locker-Junkman's paradise . . . 
dazzling teachers with her amazing memory ... the carpetbagger 
with her satchel of goodies . . . Judy is certainly the apple of our 
eye . . . dreams of crossing Europe by bicycle ... if we know 
Judy, she'll do it! 

Class President, Treasurer; Courier; Hamvaser; Class, School 
Debater; Big Sister; Poster, Decorating, Scenery Committees; 
Arista Vice-President; High School Bowl; Director "Kiss Me 
Kate"; Director class plays; Senior Council Près. 




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CLAIRE BACH 

in in^ Ü^UU^ 

A pretty representative of the West side . . . Oh, by the way, are 
you related to Johann Sebastian? . . . Okay Claire, play us his 
Fugue in C minor . . . Claire believes in speaking softly and carry- 
ing a big stick with a dazzling smile attached ... so calm and 
even-tempered, she absolutely refuses to get angry . . . plans to 
attend City College . . . 

Poster Committee; Big Sister; Choir; "King and I" 



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ANN BARANEK 

''^3]T] '21D"' DJl 'ÜJUn ntlJU DJ 

She's Bara to us ... a real hep-cat . . . "Who's wearing perfume? 
I smell orange blossoms . . . I'm giving dancing lessons in the 
bathroom next period . . . Dear Sir, Please give me back my five 
points. Love, Bara . . . P.S. Love your class so much ... Do 
gentlesmen really prefer blondes? Here's proof that they do!! 

Class Vice-President, Secretary; Big Sister; Photographer; Service 
Squad; Dramatics 




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EVELYN BERGER 

nj^iD ■?!) n"''?u nR 

Warm and articulate . . . answer in less than five paragraphs 
please. Miss Berger . . . formed the fajiious doughnut club . . . 
originated assorted nomenclatures — Appy, Bara, Glixie . . . 
Chickens and fried livers were her daily contribution to Central's 
lunchroom ... In all respects cur multilingual Arista president is 
par excellence. 

Arista President: Literary Editor Elchanet; Courier; Hamvaser, 
Class President; Debating Manager; Librarian; Tutor; Author of 
Welcome Freshman; Arista and Chagim Plays; Big Sister 




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JUDY BERGER 

One of the East Side gang . . . enjoys knitting . . . another Mme. 
Defarge? ... an expert on eye makeup . . . has the good Rabbi 
thinking she spends hours applying color and texture to her brows, 
lips and lashes . . . Judy writes very expressively . . . she amazed 
the entire senior class, and Mr. Pearl, with her theme on the art of 
Man Catching. 



CO. Alternate; 
Decorations 



Booster; Choir; Checkers Team; Chanukah 



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MALK,\ BERKOWITZ 

Displays the valued Jewish virtue of "Aneevut" with calm and 
steady demeanor . . . excellent artist and capable language stu- 
dent . . . though her voice is low her thoughts are sharp and her 
words clearly manifest native beauty and dignity . . . tall and grace- 
ful, Malka is worthy of her majestic name. 

Arista; Art Committees; Service Squad; Chagim Poster Commit- 
tee; Choir; Arista Milon; Big Sister 






ELLEN BILENKER 
niU DID IHD 

Class catalyst: serious subjects decompose into hilarity when Ellen 
unlooses her homegrown wit . . . who was the Arab in the milchig 
dish towel? . . .1 want to mairy a surgeon! . . . The Happy Ham- 
let of 7C . . . she always has two more questions . . . forever 
searching out the whys and hows . . . 

Arista; Class President, Vice-President, Treasurer; Booster; Cha- 
gim Poster Committee Chairman; Props School Production; Dra- 
matics; Class Debater; Big Sister 



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LEAH BRAUN 

HN'PDl '?niD niUNH DN 'n \tv 

How Now, Miss Braun! . . . part of the Thursday night ice skating 
set . . . always up on the newest fashions . . . has popularized that 
walked through mud look as Central's wholesaler for textured 
stockings . . . her favorite room is the kitchen . . . how does she 
keep her lovely figure? Obviously, by her active membership in our 
Cheering Rockettes! 

Fashion S'how Model; Cheerleader; Talent Show; Purim Play; 
Scenery, Decoration Committees; Big Sister; Service Squad 




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HINDA D. BRILL 

Petite and meticulous . . . sees the laughs in life . . . her jokes 
are an amusing addition to the curriculum ... an amazing appe- 
tite for math . . . well known as Miss Adlerblum's cute little num- 
ber . . . has the distinction of being one of the first seniors to 
kosher a chicken ... an interesting cross between Bnei Akiva and 
Y.U. Seminar. 

Service Squad; CO. Alternate 



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DIANE BRODY 

u'UR nn^ U'^)il 

Diaiine presents a constant problem . . . Often confuses the 
teachers with the many hairdos of D.B. . . . keeps the gals rolling 
with laughter and the desks rolling . . . possesses a lion's share of 
the class' athletic ability and sportsmanship . . . long live the 
attractive gum chewcrs in bouffont hairdos! 

Service Squad; Basketball Team; Big Sister; CO. Alternate 



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GLORIA CAHN 

Knit one, purl two . . . single stitch, double stitch . . . any stitch, 
Gloria knows it . . . she designed and knit a whole wardrobe . . . 
she shows admirable endurance and will power . . . this bright 
senior with long hair and colorful clothes is a welcome sight on 
our halls. 

Booster; Typist; Fashion Show Model; Big Sister 




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SUSAN COHEN 

nunn m^j t^^n 

Owns a half interest in the lounge- phone . ... guitar-playing folk 
music bug ... a Thursday night skater from way back . . . we're 
gonna F-I-G-H-T! . . . she got something extra out of Spanish: 
bobby pins! ... a prospective psychology major at Stern College 
. . . Simpática, Susan is friendly in any language. 

Cheerleader: Class Secretary; Booster; Librarian; Dramatics; Com- 
mittees; Big Sister; Talent Show; GO. Alternate 




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REBECCA DYKAN 

im nnnn nniu r\im . . . ni?3ii 

Chic and magnetic . . . Becky looks great even when perched on 
a waste paper basket . . . her smile is silver . . . suddenly: look ma, 
no braces . . . martyr of the Yiddish class who takes solace in 
nourishing combinations of bananas and chocolate ice-cream . . . 
our Teacher for a Day on Junior Day . . . added the professional 
touch to our fashion shows. 

Class President, Treasurer; Librarian; Fashion Show Model; "Peter 
Pan"; Decorating, Refreshment, Scenery Committees 




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SUSAN EKSTEIN 

IHTD"' IR nnm ion 

No it's not, it's only lemon and plenty of sun . . . The official 
reader in Miss Guncler's "Navi" class ... has ' swayed many a 
teacher with the look of innocence in her big, beautiful blue eyes 
. . . Susan has a good sense of humor, always cheerful and friendly. 

Class Secretary; Librarian; Booster Leader; Service Squad; Big 
Sister; Talent Show; Ping-Pong 



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GLORIA EPSTEIN 

Took some really wild shots in her three years on the basketball 
team . . . caught our best candid shots the next ... a charter 
member of the New Jersey — I'm late again club . . . her wit en- 
livened many a bored class'. . . but she had serious moments par- 
ticipating in our psychological discussions . . . Smile, you're on 
Gloria's camera! 

Class Treasurer, Basketball Team; Talent Show; Checker Team; 
Vice-President of the Senior Council; Class Photographer 




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ROSANXE FARRAS 



nunn rn...njüJiü]D 

A celebrity in her sophomore year . . . she starred in the cast . . . 
was volunteered into being Mrs. Stern's favorite secretary . . . will 
she ever forgive the class that elected her? . . . when there is pho- 
tography Rosanne is on the scene in a flash . . . also steals the 
scene with her vivacious cheerleading at basketball games . . . 
Rosanne has always gayly greeted her classmates ... Hi Everybody! 
... an eternal good morning to Rosanne. 

Cheering Squad Captain; Volleyball Team; Service Squad; Class 
Photographer; Big Sister; Ping-Pong 






DORIS FEIN 

The gal with the year round tan . . . possessor of the famous 
Dark Eyes ... a source of utter bewilderment tp Dr. Friedenburg, 
who found all answering present to the roll call — after Doris had 
left the room . . . her good looks are complemented bv coiffure 
and contacts. 

Booster; Librarian; Chess Team; Big Sister; Committees; Class 
Plays; Competitive Assembly; Ping-Pong Team 




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TOVA FISHMAN 

mm niDN nniu um n^n no 

Livens up our tenth period math debating sessions ... a true 
rarity, she's a good listener . . . feeds on crossword puzzles and 
peanut butter sandwiches . . . Tova is a Hebrew typist much in 
demand . . . with her willingness to work and wonderful equanim- 
ity she has helped solve many deadline crises . . . runs her own 
Hebrew Stencil Corporation . . . non-profit, of course . . . 

Big Sister; Props, Costume, Scenery, Art Committees; Arista, 
Purim Plays; Hebrew Typist Hamagrid, Elchanet; Competitive As- 
sembly; CO. Publicity Committee 




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AVIVA FRIEDMAN 

U]R2 lí^nni niu T?ii? ■'d 

A cute imp with a musical ear . . . full of tuneful surprises . . . 
at home at the piano, from folk-songs to classics . . . but expresses 
harmony in personality too . . . well known for her attendance 
at the Newport Folk Festival ... of courth we all wove you Avi!! 

Class President, Treasurer; Arista Play; Cheerleader; Booster Cap- 
tain; School Assemblies; School Pianist; Director "Kiss Me Kate" ; 
Junior Alma Mater 




ESTHER GLICKSMAN 

nNii] naiui inh ns'' niuj.,.inDN 

Better known as Glix . . . hides behind a leopard coat and huge 
black sunglasses . . . one of our intelligentsia . . . photographed 
by Y.U. publicity man in Russian Class . . . Supplied green pepper 
to her fellow hungry mad chemists . . . English teachers' delight 
. . . blushes in technicolor . . . enthusiastic applause at the fashion 
show . . . how did our Glixie become a Pixie? 

Assistant Literary Editor Elchanet; Elchanet Biographer; Fashion 
Show Model; Class Secretary; Librarian; Oklahoma Props Head; 
Ping-Pong Captain; "Kiss Me Kate"; Service Squad; Arista; 
Choir; Sports Editor Courier 



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TONI GOLD 

nn TSDi nnin ninm 

Our Miss 14-kt, jewel of the senior class . . . how does she stay 
so trim? . . . It's Toni's hidden body that counts . . . Excels in 
deriving correct mathematical conclusions from illogical reasoning 
... if Mrs. Facrber accepted her as Toni why do other teachers 
insist on Goldie? ... a perfect example of the golden rule. 

CO. Secretary; Class President; Fashion Show Model; Chairman 
of Publicity, Refreshment Committees; Big Sister; Librarian; Serv- 
ice Squad; Dance Festival; Talent Show; Purim, Class, Arista 
Plays; Scenery Committees; Sing; CO. Alternate ; Arista 



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ROCHELLE GOLDBERG 

TUJiPan '?D ji inntu^i ilj-'U)"' 

An exuberant cheerleader . . . Fight, Team, Fight, can be heard on 
the first floor . . . even when Rochelle is cheering the fourth floor 
typing class ... a history class pondered while Mrs. Faerber queried, 
Is all that hair really yours? Rochelle loves ice skating, too . . . 
How about a cheering squad on ice? ' 

Co-Captain Cheerleaders; Service Squad; Scenery Committee; 
CO. Alternate; Big Sister; Talent Show 




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PE.ARL GOLDFISCHER 

nDüJ winxi — N'-nüJ Dipn ^j rf'pjin 

Her madcap vigor was already evident on the second day of school 
. . . our walking candy store . . . Mr. Steif's Goldfinger ... 5 foot 2, 
eyes of blue . . . abhors math but doesn't let that affect her mark 
. . . Inciter of the senior hat craze . . . helped organize the annual 
Kum Tantz . . . for four years Pearl has stirred up one hysterical 
episode after another. 

Class Vice-President; Cheerleader ; Booster Coach; Guild; Class 
Photographer; Service Squad; Talent Show Class Plays; Big Sister; 
Scenery Committee 




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JUDY GOLDSMITH 

Monsey has once again produced a Biblical genius . . . she knew 
who died in 3033 B.C. and who was born two years later . . . 
famous author of: The Organization of a Choir in Ten Easy Les- 
sons, Results Guaranteed . . . displayed her fine voice and attrac- 
tive French accent in Miss Lichman's folk song ... a beautiful 
result of an oversupply of cottage cheese and lettuce. 

Courier Bulletin Editor; Head of School Choir; Big Sister; Courier; 
Librarian; School Production; Class, Arista Plays; Service Squad; 
Committees 



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JESSICA GOLDSTEIN 

Jessica, by virtue of dark good looks and regal name, truly stands 
out . . . was a constant source of joy to the Chemistry class . . . 
after all, without her we would have starved , . . brought tears to 
our eyes by making scallions the specialty of the day . . . Jessica, 
you're not supposed to taste it to find out if it's hydrochloric acid 
. . . who says freckles aren't charming? 

Class Biographer; Courier; Arista; Class Vice-President, Treasurer; 
Debater; Director of Class Play; Service Squad; Big Sister; Alma 
Mater Committee 




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FAIGY GOTTESMAN 

nr][üi VT pn^i 

The fifth Beatle shares her locker with the sixth . . . from Yankee 
Stadium to the London Palladium, what a range of interest! ... a 
lively correspondent, who has enthusiastic pen pals all over the 
world ... a fervent outgoing native and a fervent Bat-Yisrael . . . 
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! 

Class Vice-President; Tutor; Big Sister; Dramatics; Sing; Proctor; 
G.O. Alternate; Ping-Pong Team; Typist; Committees 




HANA GRAUMAN 

nl)i^îi R''\\ 'n tirt 

Her notebooks are perfection . . . perhaps she knows whether neat- 
ness is due to heredity or to environment? . . . Faithfully does her 
History each night . . . millions of finger prints appear on the 
glossy spiral before it is ready for use ... a sincere girl with a 
pleasant personality. 

Choir; Big Sister; Booster; Ping-Pong; Checkers 




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FAYE GRUNBART 
in W niD ^DQ] 

Faye now, Faye forever, Grunbart in some classes . . . Grunspeck 
for Mr. Steif . . . desks were made to be written on . . . then why 
did Miss Lichman make her wash it off? . . . Will the Goldfischer, 
Grunbart, and Gutfreund îfistorical Society please stop hiding 
behind the third row . . . Faye is one of the stylish young sophisti- 
cates set . . . her plaid jacket has become a Central landmark . . . 
she'll make a fine t-eacher . . . her elegance will dazzle any class. 

Librarian; "King and I"; Class Plays; Purim Play; Typist; Big 
Sister; Booster 




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BARBARA GUTFREUND 

nr'pjin ¡?''3i: ng 

Dynamic and vivacious ... an eloquent orator . . . she seems to 
have the idea that regents are keeping us on par with the prison 
schools . . . Barbara has become so addicted to amoebas that she 
carried them over from the Bio lab to the art room ... to our 
sophisticated debater we leave these words — Have Cause, Will 
Argue! 

Class Secretary; Class, School Debating Teams; Booster Leader; 
Senior Competitive Play Director; Class Photographer; Booster; 
Decorating Committee; Big Sister 




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G INN Y H.ABERKORN 

mx\Y\ i\'\i]^R nuTi 'n wrt ran 

I dream of Ginny with the light blond hair . . . Ginny dreams of 
the yearbook-nightmares . . . twelve years of prose and now a poet 
... a year of debating and then a champion . . . idolizes Rav 
Kooks' dreams of Zion . . . but Mr. Steif, how could I do my 
homework; the rally for Soviet Jewry was living Historia? . . . 
Ginny is Paterson's gift of boundless ruach. 

Arista Secretary; Assistant Editor-in-Chief Elchanet; Class Biogra- 
pher; School, Class Debater; Class President, Vice-President, 
Secretary; Dance Festival; Hamagid; Tutor 




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ADELE HAYDA 

rja Tm dtn niDDn 

Being Rabbi Perlman's Chief Librarian has added a few choice 
words to her vocabulary . . . "Pashut," "V'Chulu, V'Chulu" . . . 
surrounded by books every lunch period . . . yet, this scholar is 
no shy book-worm . . . she has a sparkling smile and a keen sense 
of humor ... as Girdie in Oklahoma she giggled the audience 
to hysterics ... a charming and zany actress. 

Arista; Head Librarian; Fashion Show; Class Vice-President; 
Class, Arista, Purim Plays; Dance Festival; Big Sister, Choir; 
School Productions; Poster, Scenery Committees 




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SURA HEISLER 



la ÜJ'' iJii? nui 

Our Scientific American plans to put her knowledge to practical 
use . . . Blowing up Central . . . Sura nearly bowled us over with 
her intelligent 'never mind' answers . . . famous for handing 
in November reports at the beginning of October . . . infamous 
for squeezing green paper out of her classmates . . . her deter- 
mination made the Elchanet a financial success. 

Business Manager Elchanet; Class Vice-President; Debater; Libra- 
rian; High School Bowl; Oratorical Contest; Hamvaser; "King 
and I" ; Class Plays; Volleyball Team; Big Sister; Arista 




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BASHEVA HERZBERG 

ID'? HDD T\m nsuj 

Cogent manner of thought and keen logic . . . that's how this 
debater led her team to the school championship ... an avid 
historian and political scientist . . . champion of lost causes . . . 
Very fluent in the English language and intellectually-minded . . . 
no wonder Basheva is such a fascinating conversationalist! 

Class Debating Team; Class Biographer 



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AVIVA HESS 

yn inT ui"' n^ m^n nniüj 

Hess . . . Hess . . . didn't I have you in my class before? . . . 
they were bound to call her Leah or Rachel . . . when the type- 
writers went rolling . . . charter member of Mr. Segal's Rest Home 
. . . Mr. Cohen, on behalf of my class, I would like to present you 
with a pair of suspenders . . . but there's much more to Aviva than 
her misadventures . . . plans to teach kindergarten . . . teachers 
have fun, too! 

G.O. Alternate; Service Squad; Big Sister; Choir; School Produc- 
tion 




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LYNDA HOCHBERGER 

inmn unm^ nn dt?üj 

A fascinating combination of scholarship and wit . . . has a pro- 
found understanding of the Torah . . . originated her own com- 
mentary — Parush Halo Moh . . . always bursting with song and 
spirit . . . gave Central its first dance festival . . . but her forte is 
acting . . . renowned for her portrayals of many weird and wacky 
characters — from a beatilized Achashverosh to Hahalaba. 

G.O. Secretary; Co-Director Dance Festival; Class Près., Vice- 
Pres., Debater; Competitive Assembly; Purim, Arista Plays; Scen- 
ery, Poster Committees; Basketball Scorekeeper; Hamagid; Sing; 
Arista; Big Sister; School Productions 




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ELAINE HOROWITZ 

D^iiD "PU nniu . . , "inüN 

Double, double, always in trouble, from Friedenberg, to Siegal, 
to . . . Elaine has added flavor and spice to every class . . . you'll 
wonder where the murmur went . . . when Elaine is absent . . . 
her keen sense of justice and persuasive method of expression sent 
her straight to the G.O. to plead the cause of her deprived class- 
mates. 

Class Vice-President; Cheerleader; Fashion Show Model; School 
Production; Booster; Librarian; G.O. Alternate; Bowling; Talent 
Show 



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REBECCA JOSEPH 

D^J3 TU''^ nDüJ n'? 

Mrs. Fascowitz's star pupil in the Yiddish class . . . K'var Yodim 
that there's nobody like "Yosef" . . . convulsed us with the zaniest 
antics and wildest quips . . . loaded with artistic talent; Yosef 
originals are evident on all school walls . . . always remembered 
as the flash of light that led us on to victory — onward, Yosef! 

Elchanet Biographer, Historian; Courier; Librarian; Hebrew Ora- 
torical Contest; Class Vice-President; CO. Alternate; Publicity 
Committee; "King and I" ; Props "Oklahoma" ; Chagim Posters; 
Scenery Chairman; Arista Choir; Class Plays; Junior Alma Mater 



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SORA KELMAN 

D'piDn DTPÜJ D^nnn wmT] ''vmn 

Always on the ball and on the basketball court floor . . . King 
Kelly . . , Central's star basketball player . . . Mrs. Franklin's most 
efficient secretary . . . e.xcells in reading class minutes off a blank 
sheet of paper . . . possesses a beautiful smile which enthralled all 
but Mr. Siegel . . . she has been an outstanding athletic and busi- 
ness manager and more important, a sincere friend to all. 

Athletic Manager; Business Manager Elchanet; Basketball, Volley- 
ball Teams; Class President, Secretary; Dance Festival; Arista; 
Editor Hamagid; G.O. Aternate; "Kiss Me Kate"; Big Sister; 
Librarian 




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MARY KENT 

rjTn in nt^üjj 

Now that he's Yonah, will she be Chayah? . . . dancing eyes . . . 
ever-present good spirits . . . elected class president immediately 
upon entering Central . . . then an enthusiastic cheerleader . . . 
now Israel too . . . simultaneously a blushing bride and a grinning 
graduate . . . Chaya brought us a little closer to the realization 
of our dreams. 

Elchanet Biographer; President; Cheering Squad Captain; Class 
Debating Manager; Talent Show; G.O. Alternate; Big Sister; 
Booster; Competitive Assembly; Class Plays 




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RIÑA KOBRE 

¿Qué Cosa? . . . our language whiz ... a future mathematician 
who calculates that Eretz Yisrocl will be her home . . . Rina has 
proven that brilliance and fun go well together . . . Miss Kobre, 
what is the chemical composition of chocolate? . . . Mrs. Faerbers 
loyal opposition ... a joy to friends and teachers alike. 

Associate Hebrew Editor Elchanet; School Debater; Class Près., 
Sec't., Historian, Debating Manager; Librarian; Choir; Tutor; 
Class, Arista Plays; Big Sister; Lighting Oklahoma; Chess, 
Checkers Team Chairman; Arista 




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HELEN KOESTRICH 

niju niiDn "iin 

Our blushing beauty . . . gave teachers a speech lesson in trying 
to pronounce her last name . . . astounds and unnerves her class- 
mates by handing in test papers a half hour after a test has begiin 
. . . always punctual . . . always exact . . . keeps everything in 
perfect order . . . plans a career in teaching or therapy. 

Librarian; Publicity Committee; Purim Assembly; Bowling 



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S.\R.^H KRUL 

n^'?D 11ÜJT] ion 

Sarah is Central's professional locker decorator . . . originator of 
Beatle wallpaper . . . Ranks Mrs. Cohen almost as high as George 
Harrison . . . Sarah has amazing compatability with the entire 
senior class . . . especially with Faigy G. . . . Beatles and the 
Dave Clark Five can replace each other but none can replace 
Sarah! 

Class Vice-President, Secretary; Service Squad; CO. Alternate; 
Courier Typist; Typist for School Production 




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LILA MAGNUS 

Almost turned a Chemistry class into a senior life saving course 
. . . result: one smiling waterlogged principal . . . expert on 
Kennedyism . . . Lila and the New York Times are one and 
inseparable . . . once dreamt of teaching patients history while 
nursing them . . . then she decided on history alone . . . her 
scenery has often been the best part of our plays . . . artist, sci- 
entist, thinker, dreamer — Magnus is magnificent. 

Ass't. Art Editor Elchanet; Class Près., Debating Manager; Scenery 
Director School Production; Hebrew Oratorical Contest; Fashion 
Show Model; Big Sister; Courier Typist 



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PHYLLIS MAZA 

n'?n T\2U2 n'^JiPJ niinn 

Teachers have learned to accept her arrival as the formal begin- 
ning of class . . . Ma-zeh Maza? Phyllis amazes us with her ver- 
satile personality . . . from exuberant laughter to serene poetry 
. . . witty and quick with an answer . . . hands always poised to 
record teachers' pearls of wisdom . . . No wonder her scholarly 
possessions have been borrowed so often. 

Arista; Senior Council; Courier News Editor, Business Manager; 
Class Debater; High School Bowl; Fashion Show Model; Booster' 
Tutor; Class Plays; Oratorical Contest; Talent Show 






HARRIET MITTMAN 

IQjnn D"':^nn üjsj 

One of the hardy contact lens pioneers . . . Miss Mittman, I just 
found your lost test paper in the waste paper basket . . . What, 
again? . . Mrs. Stern's efficient secretary in: The Case of The 
Invisible Minutes . . . Harriet's dagaish hits the spot every time . . . 
No wonder she's Mr. Schwartzbard's favorite pupil! A warm and 
wonderful friend . . . Harriet plans to attend City College. 

Class Secretary; G.O. Alternate; Volleyball Team; Elchanet Typist 



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JULIA MORGENSTERN 

n''Nii '?D •'j''un in uawu 

Morgenbesser, Morningstar, Oh! Morgenstien . . . only girl with a 
reasonable excuse for coming late, considering the distance — the 
prairie lands of Kansas . . . this auburn haired sophisticate intro- 
duced us to the foreign language spoken out West . . . her mar- 
velous creations have been an inspiration to Mrs. Levinson. 

Class Vice-President, Treasurer; Senior Council; Fashion Show 
Model; Decorations Committee; Scenery for Class, Arista, Purim 
Plays; Tutor; "Peter Pan" 



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LAURA NOWAK 

N^n ID niiüJD 

A model with a future, twice scene-stealer of the fashion show 
. . . the only way to get your hair really straight is to iron it . . . 
Mrs. Faerbers anglecake . . . prefers New York to Florida anytime 
. . . member of the seventh period knitting club . . . cheerleader 
and Thursday night regular . . next year look up Laura at 
C.C.N.Y. 

Class President, Debater; Fashion Show Model; Cheerleader; 
Booster; Committees 




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RENA PERLMAN 

ü^i?M}¿ ^^\\tn nuiQJ^i nji "pip 

Glows like a jewel . . . Rena's charm and beauty were brilliantly 
displayed in the leading role of "Oklahoma" . . . showed us what 
is meant by the power of the pen . . . her opinionated study on 
automation delighted us . . . Rena docs indeed possess a vivacious 
personality filled with overwhelming Ruach! Kadima Bnei Akivah! 

G.O. Alternate; "Oklahoma"; Class Secretary; Booster; Class 
Plays; Tutor; Big Sister 



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ESTHER B. PESSIN 

nina mmu m 

Our mathomaniac . . . never satisfied with simple facts . . . Esther 
must probe to know ... a problem is never correct unless it's com- 
plex . . . She plans to go to Eretz Yisroel and use this experience 
in solving its problems . . . Esther is an active spirited Bnei Aki- 
vanik ... she sways and leaps gracefully in the many Israeli 
dances she has mastered. 

Arista Dance; Tutoring; Committees; Dance Festival; Elchanet 
Typist; Chess Team 




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SHARON PFËFFER 

nNin nniui Vi'^vû na"" 

Our own nervy, nervy girl . . . Pfeffer adds spice to any class, 
helps keep Bell telephone stockholders very, very happy . . . Who 
me? . . . I was talking? . . . After a daily trip from Spring Valley 
our energetic swinger still has enough bounce to be an enthusi- 
astic booster after school . . . whew! 

Librarian; Booster Leader; Committees; Courier Typist 




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SARAH PORTOWIGZ 

niin ninn ní^''¡?a 

Red sneakers, mischievous eyes and curly, curly hair . . . always 
in a Bible Contest . . . Chairs are for curling up in . . . author of 
How to Speak With Your Mouth Closed . . . she treks in daily 
from Brooklyn to answer Rabbi Perlman's questions . . . What 
are you doing New Year's? . . . Mrs. Faskowitz's favorite friend 
with Yiddish class . . . Perty . . Porty . . . Purty . . . 

National Bible Contest; Service Squad; Choir; Big Sister; Arista 
Plays; Chagim; Poster; Decorating, Refreshment Committees; 
Chess Club 




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RUTH RADZINSKI 

nnn'? «■■nn pninn - imo nv2H3 nwn 

Our International Kid who jets around from Peru to Israel to 
Central . . . very attractive; the newspaper thought so too . . . 
Ruthie in braids-Pocahontas! . . . inventor of the game: Stump 
the Teacher . . . had her "taste of honey" when she was teacher 
for a day . . . always has a dictionary, but how does that help her 
in history? 

Hebrew Oratorical Contest; Class President; Chess Team; Class 
Plays; Service Squad; Scenery Committee 




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VERA RAMAT 

n"'3"'2 Ü''D1D ^Dn 

Glorious tan in mid-winter ... a beautiful living ad for Puerto 
Rico . . . destined for fame and fortune in an art career ... a 
Spring Valley Early-Riser who's also a stylish cheerleader . . . 
all her friends agree that success is in the cards for Vera. 

Cheerleader; Booster; Service Squad; Big Sister; Librarian; Com- 
mittees 




ELAINE ROCKOFF 

ü-'itD nn^i n^a 

One of the last few faithful seniors in the school choir . . . hopes 
to follow in her brother's footsteps and make her own Aliya Res- 
honah to Eretz Yisroel . . . greatly influenced by her Hebrew 
teachers . . . someday she will influence her own students. 



Librarian; Service Squad; Choir; "King and 1"; Oklahc 
Sister; Committees 



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NADJA ROSENBAUM 

— ]m^r\ nmj nrnnn nniu ^d 
un-'H nnij üi[?r]n nn 

Nadja, if you're going to draw my likeness at least make me look 
like Elizabeth Taylor . . . Nadja plans to win the Nobel Prize 
claiming modesty is the better policy but honesty is the best . . . 
the paintbrush is mightier than the sword . . . but the scalpel may 
prevail . . , this lively artist will light up the world as she has 
brightened our class. 

Art Editor Elchanet; All Four Class Offices; Scenery School Pro- 
ductions; Art Head Class Play, Fashion Show, Competitive Assem- 
bly; Booster; Big Sister; Tutor; Debater; Arista 



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ROCHELLE RUDITZKY 

nn^n nun inj n'pn 

Dubbed Rudi by Mr. Steif . . . others call her Rashi with the 
hope of her becoming Unklus someday . . . delighted us with her 
portrayal of John in "Peter Pan" . . . the part was typical of 
Rochelle's cheerful personality . . . our Black Beauty with raven 
hair . . . four years of gaiety and witticisms . . . what new esca- 
pades is she planning behind those mischievous eyes? 

Class President, Treasurer; Librarian; Choir Big Sister; "Peter 
Tutor; Ping-Pong; Dance Festival; Arista; Elchanet Typist 




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PHYLLIS RUTHEN 

Tin i'7 

Our secretary's private secretary . . . her excellent performance as 
Lady Thiang in "The King and I" revealed a fine soprano voice 
... in the Purim play she was the Esther that Achashverosh just 
couldn't resist . . . Phyllis anticipates a career in mathematics . . . 
but with such a voice, who knows? 

Class Secretary, Debating Team; Booster; "King and I"; Class 
Plays; Big Sister; Courier Typist; Usherette; Tutor 



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CAROLINE SACHS 

uiiTi^ inii?r]i nrinn nu nnniN 

Carol's success in Central dates back to her election as CO. Sec- 
retary in her Freshman year . . . only candidate who had enough 
courage to endure the days of campaigning squeezed between two 
cardboard posters . . . Carol has become the Class of '65 Dear 
Abby ... a wonderful friend and comforter . . . the optomist 
among a host of pessimists . . . advanced algebra? Gam Zu 
Letovah!! 

CO. Alternate; Class Vice-President; CO. Secretary; Typist; 
Costume, Scenery Committees; Big Sister; Publicity, Chagim Com- 
mittees; Dance Festival 




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JOSEPHINE SEBROW 

One of the marvels of the senior class, Josie dually represents or- 
ganization and chaos . . . who else can write reports 'till 6 : 30 
A.M., Produce the yearbook and still have the history at her finger- 
tips? . . . this expressive poet, like all others, lives in a dream 
world ... It will take Central quite a while to recover from 
Josie's impact. 

Editor-in-Chief Elchanet; News Editor Courier; School, Class 
Debater; High School Bowl; Oratorical Contest; Literary Bulletin; 
Class, Arista Plays; Big Sister; Arista 






LEAH SEGAL 

Entered our Mad, Mad World in the Junior year . . . Everyone 
was very interested in her brother — newborn, that is ... a mem- 
ber of all three classes, Leah soon impressed us with her sincerity 
modesty, intelligence and determination . . . she Beat the Clock 
and was accepted by Arista . . . even had her own ceremony . . . 
a blonde with brains and beauty to match! 

Class Plays; Class President, Secretary; Courier; Arista; Commit- 
tees 



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LORA SEIDENFELD 

Literally caused an explosion in the Chem Lab . . . passed the 
senior life saving course in math with flying colors . . . Layu sees 
rhythm not only in numbers but in Israeli Dance as well . . . 
Extra-curricular activities is her middle name ... a dash of 
central + a- liberal dosing of Hedvah equals all ruach and good 
spirits — Layu! 

CO. Treasurer; Co-Director Dance Festival; Editor Milon; Head 
Publicity, Costume Committees; "Oklahoma" ; "Kiss Me Kate"; 
Class Vice-Pres., Debater; Sing; Booster; Elchanet Typist, Photog- 
rapher; Class, Arista Plays; Arista 




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CHARLOTTE SILVERMAN 

Tninsüjn in p^in 

The wit that has kept many a napping class awake . . . our cham- 
pion rebuttalist . . . excels in debates with the students, the 
teachers, and herself . . . her scintillating prose has made West 
Side Story and the Courier famous . . . humorist, debater, psy- 
chologist; Y.U.H.S.G.M. now bestows this triple blessing upon 
the world . . . beware! 

Editor-in-Chief Courier; School, Class Debater; Choreography 
"Kiss Me Kate"; Class Secretary; G.O. Alternate; Hamvaser; 
Class Plays 




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MARSI SMITH 

nojn'? "iim tid 

The pretty one with bells on her shoes . . , downstairs they call 
her Smitty . . . launched us in style with three hit fashion shows . . . 
expert housekeeper . . . Marsi runs the lunch-hour beauty parlor 
. . . turns schoolday seniors into Cinderella with her magic comb 
and clippers . . . "Kumtanz, kumsitz, Kum — Do Whatever You 
Want." 

Class Debating Manager; Class Secretary; Service Squad; Decor- 
ating Committee; Sing; Booster; Housekeeper; Class Hairdresser 




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JOAN SONIKER 

nriiri nu nunwn 

Eyes of blue and dimples too . . . when those dimples flash — watch 
out! . . . Surprise, the spy in the black raincoat was Soni! . . . 
outspoken defender of the Teenage Social Life . . . Joan, a style- 
setter, started the fad for plaster casts by falling down the stairs in 
our Sophomore year . . . but that didn't lessen her high spirits . . . 
Joan's gay laughter can cure any senior woes. 

Booster Leader; Choir; Big Sister; "King and I"; "Kiss Me Kate" ; 
Art Committee; Courier Typist; Fashion Show Model 




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ESTHER SPECTOR 

•pb^ioj"' viN....'?Dn nnn:'! id ■'g :'i; qm 

From Tink in "Peter Pan" to her impromptu ballet in music, 
Esther has danced her way into our hearts ... an exuberant 
Mizrachi-ite always on the go, Essy has to grab a bite whenever 
she can . . .a firm believer that school can be fun . . . she lead 
a sing that was never sung . . . but her songs have become famous 
. . . "Od Chai Hamizrachi" — Aretz, here I Come! 

Librarian; Booster; Class Debater; Talent Show; Writer, Director 
Junior Alma Mater; Sing; Decorating Committee; Class Plays; 
"Peter Pan" ; "Kiss Me Kate" 




JUDY SUSSMAN 

inN Dipm n'?i7Ji nun 

Our dynamo! . . . managed to take part in almost every sort of 
activity Central offers: debating, boosting, editing, kibbitzing, loaf- 
ing . . . Hail to thee Mma Mater, I swept your floors and cleaned 
your oflîces . . . Where there's a will there's a way and Judy has 
found it ... a leader of her class and at last the school . . . Flowers 
to our President! 

Class Près.; "Peter Pan," "King and I" ; Director "Kiss Me Kate" ; 
Booster Coach; Big Sister; School, Class Debating Managers; 
Editor-in-Chief, Hamvaser; CO. President; Arista 




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ABIGAIL TEITZ 

n«nn ns"'! ^Jiu nniü niüN . . . "p^'j^hn 

Her phenominal growth has ltd us to believe she's been taking 
growing pills . . . she was a pioneer in putting plastic discs in her 
eyes . . . led her campaign for cleanliness as Service Squad Man- 
ager . . . amazed us with her mathematical ability . . . debonair, 
nonchalant, with savoir faire . . , Abbie often seems to have 
stepped right out of the pages of Vogue! 

Service Squad Manager; Cheerleader; Booster; School, Class De- 
bater; Hamvaser; Talent Show; Senior Play Director; Decorating 
Committees; "Kiss Me Kate"; Arista 



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BARBARA TERSHEL 

ni^ nDinm muu inn 

Barbara's a firm supporter of Knee Socks, Inc. . . . one of the few 
seniors utilizing steno for a good cause — teaching seniors Jewish 
Ethics so that they can become Kalahs ... an advocate of the: 
Eat, Drink and Be Merry, For Tomorrow You Diet plan . . . she 
has an eye for figures ... in Math class, that is . . . cute and 
popular, Barbara really let's us know she's there . . . another good 
skate. 

Booster; Big Sister; Checkers Team; Service Squad; CO. Alter- 
nate; Typist; Committees 




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EMILY TURKO 

lUD lydw nn 'peiuj 

Accomplished musician and poet . . . composer of scores of semi- 
classical music awaiting publication ... has a flair for fashion 
designing . . . her enthusiasm for Miss Adlerblum's math class was 
nearly stifled when her test was thirty points undermarked . . . 
Emily plans to enter the field of head shrinking, thus making school 
a more pleasant experience. 



Class Secretary; Literary Bull 
Class Plays 



tin; Service Squad; Booster Leader; 



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REBECCA WAHRSAGER 

Showed us how to walk into a room on cat's feet . . . surprised 
us with her expert portrayal of Joan of Arc . . . further astonished 
us with a dramatic scene from The Glass Menagerie ... a talented 
violinist, artist, and off-beat poet . . . what will it be, Rebecca . . . 
Broadway, Carnegie Hall, or the Village? 

Talent Show; Oratorical Contest; Service Squad 



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RUTH WEITZ 

m mm ^Riu]' mn 

Don't let her petiteness fool you . . . Ruthie is one of the senior 
class's experts on style as well as the frug . . . often found teaching 
the monkey to those inquisitive seniors who want to know what's 
happenin' . . . with her soft, captivating smile she is also known as 
Mrs. Edelsberg's Hita, Mr. Cohen's Miriam, and Mrs. Faerber's 
favorite voice. 

Chanukah Chagiga; Scenery Committee; Competitive Play; Dra- 
matics 




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MALA WELTSMAN 

nT]Dn nunij 

Only superlatives for our valedictorian . . . including the famous 
roar she uses to express, her deepest convictions (if only Mr. Lilker 
knew) . . . marks reading like a fever chart . . . she raised some 
high fevers as Tuptim in the "King and I" . . . our multilingual 
Swiss import started a career in international relations at the 
World's Fair . . . Bonne Chance! 

Hebrew Editor Elchanet ■ Literary Editor Courier; Hamvaser; 
School, Class Debater; Class Treasurer; Tutor; "King and I"; Big 
Sister; Class Plays; Decorating, Poster Committees; Arista 



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RITA WOLF 

nujH - 2^ nnnm 

Variety is the key word for Rita . . . her interests range from Mr. 
Steif to "Total" cereal ... an outspoken historical critic . . . 
unashamed to state her opinion that Andrew Johnson was a 
"nebesh" . . . our innocent commentator . . . has evoked uncon- 
trollable laughter from her classmates with her humorous essays. 

Booster Leader; Class Treasurer; Librarian; Big Sister; Choir; 
Editor Nooze And Schmooze ; Courier Typist; Sing; Purim, Class 
Plays; Junior Alma Mater; Publicity, Scenery Committees 




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TIRZA RUTH ZAETZ 

Tirza's legendary vocabulary stuns both teachers and students 
alike . . . only typist fought over by the Courier, Elchanet and 
Dr. Jofïen . . . Tirza's aiming at Mathematics as a career . . . she 
can be found extolling the virtues of MIZRACHI ; ice-skating and 
bowling, in that order . . . Famous last words: Who took my 
shoes? 

Class Treasurer; G.O. Alternate ; Hebrew Oratorical Contest; Class 
Debater; Librarian; Tutor; Big Sister; Dramatics; Courier, El- 
chanet Typist; Scenery, Props, Refreshment, Decoration Commit- 
tees 




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TOBY ZIONS 

njiüj'? '?D TDn nnin 

Her underlying spark of humor flares up in Chumash class . . . 
But Mr. Eliezri, I don't believe in Medroshim! . . . this blonde, 
blue-eyed "Rebetzin" became a twisting Rebbi in our Thanks- 
giving play . . . still taking entrance exams in her senior year 
... a living contradiction to the dumb blonde theory . . . believes 
in the dignity that Yiddishkeit gives to its upholders. 

Arista; Class Debater; Choir; Librarian; Tutor; Big Sister; Cha- 
gim Poster Committee; Dramatics; Class and Arista Plays; Props, 
Costumes for "Oklahoma"; Class Secretary; Ping-Pong Team, 
"Kiss Me Kate" 




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Hey, look us over, lend us an ear. . . . 

Freshmen \vitli homewoiK up to here. 

With this song the 65 hopefuls (to graduate) made their debut at an 
assembly which proved their audacity but showed their lack of organization, 
timing, and leadership. Observers were perplexed by the fact that only one copy 
of the song was available for 80 girls. If this be any indication of their future 
conduct ... no comment. 



SING, SANG, SUNK 

Intensive interrogation gas failed to 
disclose any evidence as to the where- 
abouts of the formerly scheduled sing. 
Luckily, however, the words are remem- 
bered. The tune is Nivene Artzenu. 

We are the freshmen rulers of Y.U. 

In just a year we ve taken command; 

We force all foes to flee when they see us, 

The greatest Freshmen class in all the land. 

Draw' your weapons and try to destroy us, 

You 11 find your efforts are all in vain. 

Coy, they 11 be surprised, 

Won't believe their eyes 

When they hear we ve won the sing. 

(What sing?) 

Hail, freshmen rulers of the land! 

Another tune was: 

A dagesh here and a dagesh there 

And a Komotz Katan flying in the air. . . . 

STUDENTS CONFOUND 
HEALTH EXPERTS 

It has recently been announced in the 
Journal of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation and by the Union of Orthodox 
Rabbis that the freshmen of this school 
have made a health discovery which 
promises to make medical history. Re- 
porters swamped the building to get the 
facts. The discovery? Formalized, it is 
this: 

"Never, but never eat ham from a 
chumitzdik can on Pesach." 



You mean he twisted it 
because you didn't do 
your homework . . . 



From frisky Freshmen . . . 

FIRST TASTE OF OUR SCHOOL 

Several students have complained that 
homework assignments have been piled 
on them to a point beyond endurance. 
They have requested that the usual num- 
ber of assignments given for one night, 
which average jag'^, be cut to a reason- 
able 300. The teachers have jovially 
agreed. Anyone bringing in an especially 
detailed product map was promised an 
especially large check in the grade book. 

In the science laboratory, students ob- 
serve the eternal watering of a "Chrystal 
family tree; famous cousins, nephews, 
brothers-in-law. 

A peculiar malady suffered by French 
students of Mr. Klein is writer's cramp. 
W^eekly quizzes have bruised the fingers 
of 'professional writers " Appelton and 
Maza. 

QUESTIONS 
(MAINLY COMPLAINTS) 

This term a teacher threw me out of 
class; me, a future class presidenti 

Who is Miss Guncler? Oh. you mean 
Yehudith? 



Second (^laââ ^dit 



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1963 



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the beat 



SOPHS RETURN IN FULL SWING 



Sophs return in full swing for a memorable year. 
Rabbi Perlman lakes them flying through Mishna . . . 
Sebrow, let's go . . . pray tell, you tell . . . F.P. = false 
pshat. 

N.E.D.T. baffles Sophs. Girls feel the only way to 
answer is to close their eyes and fill in the boxes at 
ranacim. 

Class of '63 has its first weekend at Y.U. Wowl 

Sophs put on Thanksgiving play about Yiddish Pil- 
grims. . . . Evelyn becomes a roast turkey. . . . School 
adopts new colors; shvach green and dirty gray replace 
baby blue and pure white. . . . New banners offered 
in bargain sale. Prices keep dropping. The G.O. offers 
to pay anyone who will take them. 

The King and I — Mala and Tumptim; Linda and 
Louis all whistle a happy tune . . . 

En route to Elly s class a soph ended up in Roose- 
velt Hospital. Some Ezer! One jolly good time for a 
girl who s casting a new leg. 




. . . to gay Sophomores . . 
'Well, I like Central because 




It's O.K. Mr. L, he's from T.A. 



WHO'S WHO IN THE NEWS 



Language teachers find students baffling . . . "You 
can learn em but they don t learn." . . . Wrong, wrong, 
wrong; Mon Dieu, Mon Dieu. . . . Yiddish teacher 
teaches girls a profound lesson: ' See the Galitzyanes 
and the Litvaks eternally at strife whether to say coom 
or com .... 

School turns international — Ruthie Radzinski comes 
here from Peru; Esther Levanon is our first genuine 
Sabra. 



Wanted: Donations for the Mickey Mouse Club. . . . 
Birthday girls so corsage happy friends can patronize 
the H. Hudson Hotel. . . . One steady bio. teacher . . . 
girls water their hopes through five teachers until 
Green finally appears. 

Attention! Forward any Mickey Mantle souvenirs to 
Faigy . . . over and out . . . (Roger Maris, of course) 



DEAR UNCLE MARTY: 

Why did she tear up those Bio test 
papers just because we ail got 100? 
Why was I so Sternly ousted from 
class for coming late when I'd been 
granted permission to leave the room? 



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Auniori, are we 
the oeótí 

WHAT'S IN A NAME 



Miss Rudoff pioneered in a chain of 
weddings. She is now Mrs. Rochhn. 
Keehn became Aufrichtig, Marlowe be- 
came Galitzer, Silver became Lerer, and 
Metzger became Metzger. 

In this world of abbreviations, students 
have learned that even names given 
and loved since birth do not escape trans- 
formation. This fact has been made evi- 
dent by a d> namic pedagogue who has 
been known to call upon Soni, Hoch, 
Spec, Horow, Haber, Silver, and Fish. 



X^IO^ Jhlrd (^laáó C^dit 



ion 




to more solemn Juniors 



HELLO JUNIOR DAY 



Hello, Junior Day . . . Goodbye, Senior 
Day: Junior Day dawned fair and cloudy 
with depressing festivities. The Juniors, 
one might say, had 'the best of times 
and the worst of times' when Mala 
taught Spanish and Reb Becca revamped 
shocked Navi. The gaiety was short lived, 
however, as Senior Day was filed away 
in the card catalog. 



JUNIORS IN BITS AND PIECES 

Rena is sent to set up a yeshiva in 
Oklahoma. . . . Adele adds looks and 
laughter. . . . Our bowl runneth over 
with knowledge? Ask Phyllis, Josie, and 
Sura . . . Sussman debates . . . Layu lends 
her money . . . Esther is still dancing . . . 
Kelley gets her umpteenth basket . . . 
Vera and Laura get a fiery ideas. 

A tragic accident occurred when a 
speck of marshmallow appeared in a cup 
of coffee. The account is somewhat gar- 
bled! it is still uncertain whether the 
marshmallow was in the coffee, the coffee 
in the marshmallow, or both were on 
Speck. 

Another mishap took place in the Edi- 
bles Unlimited department. Miss Engels 
was heard exclaiming, 'Who took my 
barrel of apples? " Suspicion points to the 
new gum-chewing student in the chem- 
istry class. 

Lost — the door to room 403. Finder 
please return door to Miss Engel. 

Question of the day — Ibid., Ibid. Who 
is Ibid.? 

. . . the junior honor is easy to write, 
there is no one on itil 



LANGUAGE STUDENTS 
RESIGNED TO SILENCE ABROAD 

Language students recently disclosed 
that all their hopes of communication in 
foreign lands are waning. It was observed 
that Europeans must be very bright to be 
able to master even the rudiments of 
their native tongues. Culturally, Span- 
ish students cannot distinguish between 
a chicken and a famous singer, and lin- 
guistically, French students find it dif- 
ficult to introduce a sobbing "petite 
chose into a conversation. French stu- 
dents have been cautioned not to order, 
when they reach la belle France, a mate- 
lot when they mean a matelas (or is it 
vice versa?). All three Kobres (Kobre, 
Kobras, Kobramus) push onward with a 
flamenco air. Students of those pesky little 
nominatives, genitives, and datives crum- 
ple their togas in despair. One secret 
source, however, admitted that most 
students of foreign languages aspire 
someday to put such learning to practi- 
cal use. French students hope someday 
to visit France, Spanish students hope 
to see Spain, and Latin students will visit 
Lat. 



. . . Our memories dim on PSAT, NEDT, SAT scholarship exams 
May G-d grant us the strength to continue ... 



csLaÁL (^Ictóó C^dit 



ion 



1965 



s. 



enioráy we are 
lite at^ateát 



SENIORS WERE MARCHING 



Seniors, we re marching, 
we're the class of '65, 
Seniors, we're marching, 
we're full of pep and drive: 
together, forever as we march along 

Onward, seniorsl 

Onward, seniors! 

Hear our marching song . . . 

Happy days are here again. Seniors are marching. 
Sussman is presiding; Apple and Gloria head the 
Senior Council; stickers are sticking; signs are decor- 
ating the building; and Jewish music is fortunately 
Hebrew. Chess, checkers, ping-pong, and bowling 
tournaments are innovations. . . . College Boards and 
Scholarship tests are fading away. . . . Things look 
bright as graduation day draws near. 



TEACHERS IN PRESS 

Bits of information have been gathered concerning 
the general condition of students in this institution after 
four years of ragged individualism. Certain conclusions 
may be drawn: 

Dr. Joffen has convinced the senior class that they 
have deep psychological problems. Strange, they were 
not known before. She also demonstrated the proper 
way to take out frustration on a defenseless chicken. 

None but the brave take advanced Adlerblum. 

Although it may be chilly in the typing room, stu- 
dents have been having a hot romance with their tabu- 
lator keys. ... "I just love that key. ' 

Wolfgang and Leopold Mozart had a family re- 
union in the Music hnal, and turned out a ' Symphony 
of Horrors " in UGH Major. It was determined that the 
students did not know the difference between a polo- 
naise and a mayonaise. 

Mrs. Franklin obviously is fond of multiple guess 
questions from the vitaminized English book. 

The administration has stated that the Senior gift 
of a public address system was a most welcome sur- 
prise. "The choice was a good one. I could not have 
done better myself,' Mr. Lilker was reported saying. 

Warning, Arista certificates are similar to Federal 
Reserve Notes for they, too, are subject to recall. 

Further warning, if you are a basketball player, 
watch out for Miss Deposed King, alias Kelly. 




lo matare, sophisticated 
Seniors . . . intellect at worh. 



FAERBER'S FUNNIES 

G-d bless all who are going to sneeze 

this period. 
What started this mess or, in other words, 

a lesson? 
I don't think we are getting anywhere 

with the lesson, so I might as well en- 
joy myself. 
I refuse to give you homework; don t 

demand it. 
If you laugh too much, you 11 have to 

pay an amusement tax. 
That s not a joke, that s a fact. 
Girls, would you please bring your brains 

tomorrow. 
Venezuela is on the Lower East Side. 
I just resigned from the human race. 
Come on, we re doing exercises. 
Enough of this; we have had Ophelia. 

POINTS TO PONDER 

Points to ponder: 1) After eating in school over 200 
days a year, 10 periods a day, for four years, why 
should one be suspended just for chewing gum in class? 
2) If a student presents an idea to Mr. Lilker on Mon- 
day, smiles on Tuesday, pleads on Wednesday, cries 
on Thursday, and bats her eyelashes on Friday, what 
are the chances he will agree? 
Lost, competitive assemblies. What again? 
Found, Mary, by Yonah. 



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The hand is the servant of the soul. In literature, 
the soul pours forth the light that G-d has placed in it. 



31 




In These Hands 



A particle of dust, yet in these Kands I hold the world. For 
what is creation but a minute grain of dust blown up into infinite 
amounts to cover a never ending expanse of matter? 

A tiny seed, yet in these hands I hold existence, a drop of 
water, in these hands I hold a beginning; with this water, I will 
cause giowth. 

I plant my seed and carefully tend it. 1 add the drops of water 
and slowly bring forth life in the young green buds, with roots 
firm and steadfast in the soil. 



A deluge of water, and He causes an end. The water uproots, 
washes away, destroys my plant — my world. 

A forgotten seed, an uprooted plant; my world exists no 
more. Where has it gone? Was it not I who held the creation of an 
eternity in my hands? 

Only a particle of dust remains, and I am left alone. I hold 
nothing. My thoughts are confused but I begin to understand. 
It is G-d who holds the po\ver. He alone has caused creation. 

And He alone is just. 

Lynda Hochberger 



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Knowledge, 



'SinujEaq 



A: 



Stuff 



i Other ''^"''í 




As the tedious years of high school draw to' a close, the class 
of '6g glances tiredly over its shoulder at the many hours it has 
spent in pursuit of the finer stuff of which, we are told, real life 
is made. Driven only by the fierce craving for knowledge, each 
individual has toiled by the dim light of the setting sun, the rising 
moon, the setting moon, and the rising sun, in vigorous effort to 
learn the lofty ideals of the writings of our forefathers, science, art, 
the literature of mankind and Problems of American Democracy. 
Besides, there's a final in June. 

Yet, the purpose of daily lectures, it has been said, is to 
broaden the mind. Just how broad our minds are expected to 
become has not been clearly defined, however the dark threat 
of a sticky summer in the classroom is omnipresent ^ just to make 
sure the brain broadens enough to please those jovial fellows 
upstate. This is a simple concept for the beginner. Further expe- 
rience in a high school career proves to the sophisticated, percep- 
tive student that the plan entails far more. It usually dawns on 
you about the second week of the freshman year. 

While the idea of extending one's intellectual horizons is a 
fair one, it is soon realized that the more one learns, the more 
there is to know. Thorough investigation of a subject always ends 
with the conclusion that even if one were to devote his entire 
life to its study, he would only succeed in turning up still more 
unfathomable questions. Problems of American Democracy, for 
example, is a boundless study. There will always be more Prob- 
lems than hours in a cram night, which is a Problem right there. 
Should all of these Problems be solved however, there would still 
remain the Undemocratic Problems of America . . . and the 
American Democracy Problems ... as well as the un-American 
Problems of Democracy. The end result is a frustrated student 
and writer s cramp. 

The logical answer would be to abolish schooling altogether, 
and let horizons stay put, rather than push them further and fur- 
there into the distance until they lose all respect for authority and 
go galavanting off on their own. School is against the very nature 
of human beings. Had we been meant to write, at least one of 
our fingers would look like a pencil. Had we been meant to read, 
we would have been born with knowledge of the alphabet with 
perhaps even a starting vocabulary from A to L and a few quota- 
tions from Shakespeare thrown in. 

School is also a synonym, as every senior knows, for "year- 
book expenses. " From the age we can lift a half-dollar, we pay 
dues to the yearbook, and by the time we reach high school, ads 
must be gleaned from "enthusiastic relatives. Why start the 
process at all? No classes means no yearbook, hence no problem ^ 
democratic or otherwise. 

Nevertheless, despite aggravation, college entrance worries 
and publication problems, educational institutions remain very 
much in public favor and seem, indeed, almost necessary even to a 
lethargic scholar. W^ithout a school, how can one graduate? 

Charlotte Silverman 



The Storm 



Ginny Haberkorn 

Angry oceans roar their discontent. 
Impatient seas break forth in stormy wrath, 
A noble being emerges. 
Tiny, yet fearing nothing. 

Clouds weave endless paths of'gray. 
Winds hurl ivory spears of foam. 
All nature resists 
A single human creation. 

Within the fiercely moving waters. 
Endures this tiny spark of life, 
Striving to surmount each wave, 
Struggling to defeat each hindrance. 

Icy storms are everlasting, 
Slashing rains persistent. 
The distant shore, a dream. 

And yet a twinkling gleam of hope, 
The ardent glow of courage! 




The Flower of Life 



Fragrant petals of life 
Plucked from fields of eternity. 
Open your secrets to a wondering child, 
Tell me of creation, the glory of G-d, 

Fragrant blooms, so fresh, so young. 
How snort your stay on earth! 
If you could only bloom forever. 
My youth too would endure. 

Fading petals, shriveled and worn 
Withering remnants that long ago were born 
In you are mirrored all sorrow, all gloom 
A flower is dying, that once did bloom. 



Josie Sebrow 



I'ln Late, I'm Late 



(A lament for the young innocent crawling across the tracks at 42ncl Street and 
Grand Central at 8:46 A.M.) 



I'm late, I'm late 
For a very important date; 
Room 305's where I should be 
And now a zero waits for me; 
I'm late, I'm late, I'm late. 



I slept and overslept. 

At that I'm so adept; 

No time to stop. Hello, Goodbye, 

Just watch packed trains go by. 

I'm late, I'm late, I m late. 

I'm running, I m panting, 
A silent prayer Im chanting: 
Mr. Lilker, please, I can e.xplain. 
It wasn't my fault >— blame the train 
Stopped on the tracks in the heavy rain. 

I'm hurrying, I m scurrying. 
And all the time I'm worrying; 
I'm late, Mrs. Aufrichtig, I'm late. 




Harriet Mittman 



/- 




^^ 



«W, 







TAKE ME TO YUHSG-M 

Here ^ve are. ladies and gentlemen, at the main attraction of the day. After 
seeing the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Coliseum, we have 
Rnally arrived at Y.U.H.S.G.M. Prepare yourselves for a drastic temperature 
change. The subtropical heat inside is a violent contrast to the subzero weather 
outside. Perhaps some future graduating class will volunteer to contribute a 
new heating system. 

Our first stop is the cafeteria. The incessant buzzing sound is a harmonious 
combination of gossiping, singing off key, and the frustrated crunching of the let- 
tuce and celery eaters. 

In a well-hidden corner, you'll find the office of our student organization, 
better known as the "senior lounge. " Here high ranking members of the intelli- 
gentsia plan publications that never appear or assemblies that mysteriously dis- 
appear because of factors beyond their control. This onice is also the depository 
of the precious cargoes of the CO., Elchanet, and Courier. 

Across the lunchroom is the guidance office from which helpful bits of in- 
formation on the art of talking to one s fiance issue forth. Lying on the couch in 
this office, \vhich doubles as the medical station and Coffee Pot Junction, " one 
can observe the facial expressions required to complete such endearing words. This 
office was also once the Stanley M. Cohen Chapter of the Jacqueline Kennedy 
Fan Club. 

Now, if you will follow me, ladies and gentlemen, we will ascend the 125 
steps to the second floor. Sniff, sniff, sniff! Something has exploded in the chem- 
istry lab. The scent of L'aimant by Coty a la H2S prevails. 

Fellow sightseers, if H2O happens to trickle through the ceiling into a second 
floor room, there s no need for alarm. It s only Evelyn demonstrating to a Latin 
class the virtues of a Roman bath. 

Crossing the huge empty space (our auditorium) in the middle of this floor, 
we come to the Cosa Loca or yearbook office. Standing in the doorway of that 
cubicle is our editor-in-chief enticing her co-workers to enter. 

No! Don't close that window. Why, oh why, those extra, extra long win- 
dows? Were they intended to add tension and suspense to our lives? Where else 
can one experience the thrill of seeing her classmate, in a desperate attempt to close 
the half open window, jump up five feet, catch the window pane and then . . . 
jump out? 

Is that the Beatles or Chubby Checkers that we hear? Actually it s Bee- 
thoven s Fifth Symphony being played at ySrpm in our sadly unappreciated music 
appreciation course on the third floor. Students have revolutionized the old con- 
cepts of music enjoyment. Their musically perceptive ears can novi' distinguish 
between music suitable for nashing, napping, or manicuring nails. 

A little further do\vn the hall lined with lockers, lockers and more lockers, we 
find the impressive library housing a mammoth collection of books . . . Ve'chulu, 
Ve'chulu . . . 

Up we go to the fourth floor. Treking from floor to floor on these winding, 
red-orange staircases, is another form of exercise to keep the girls slim and alert. 
There is also a gym, fully equipped with four walls and a ceiling. It is during 
these gym sessions, when shorts begin ripping that girls decide to crash diet. 

Descending four flights of stairs, we may meet a crowd of misguided seniors 
gaily tripping up a "down staircase until they come upon freshmen gaping in 
horror at this misdemeanor. 

We made it. Now you can relax in the students lounge, better known as the 
"hall beside the telephone booth. " Sink into those soft foam-cushioned chairs. 
Who would want to go back to class after that? Do you wonder why they say 
that 'Us Centralites would rather fight than switch." 

Adele Hayda and Toby Zions 





La Clase De Español 



La clase de español siempre fué un curso signifi- 
cante en los estudios y sigue serlo, porque el mundo 
de hoy ha cambiado mucho. Las nuevas invenciones 
de este siglo — aeroplanes, automóviles y la tele- 
visión, han hecho bastante fácil la rápida comunica- 
ción con la gente en todas partes del mundo. 

Viajando y estudiando, siempre se encuentra 
gente española Sudamericana y es tan interesante 
charlar con ellos. Especialmente, en Nueva York, hay 
muchos letreros, películas, y programas de televisión 
que se conducen en español. 

Conocemos más y más el arte, la música y la litera- 
tura hispana. Vale la pena gozar de esta ricad cultura. 
Evelyn Berger 
Mala V^eltsman 



Notre Classe de Français 



Un petit nombre d'élèves faisant partie de notre 
dernière année au lycée ont poursuivi leur étude du 
français pendant une quatrième année. Ces étudi- 
antes ont joui de leur cours avancé, et elles recona- 
issent les avantages d'avoir décidé de continuer à 
suivre ce cours facultatif. 

Dans notre monde tout petit, mais s'agrandissant 
chaque jour, nous avons été constamment en contact 
avec une culture Variée et une civilisation ancienne 
mais progressive, très à la page de nos jours. 

Donc, une personne instruite et à l'esprit éclairé 
peut s'exprimer dans sa langue maternelle plus cou- 
ramment et avec une plus grande facilité par une 
connaissance du français. 

Comme la France a joué et jouera toujours un 
rôle important dans le monde — en art, histoire, 
philosophie, sciences et politique — la langue fran- 
çaise, parmi touets les langues modernes dont une 
connaissance est requise dans les lycées, devrait être 
connue et comprise par les gens cultivés. 

Les étudiantes de notre classe ont reçu la récom- 
pense de leur travail: elles ont acquis une satisfaction 
profonde à cause de leur nouvelle facilité à lire et 
à écrire une langue si belle et si claire. Comme a dit 
Rivarol: "Ce qui n'est pas clair, n'est pas français." 

Abigail Teitz 



J. App\c-Voh 




A Light Glows 




Esther Spector 


The air is warm, the day is bright. 


A stately black horse trots behind^a symbol of 




the youth, the courage, spirit and vigor in- 


A beloved President with a golden smile waves 


terred in the coffin. 


at cheering crowds. 


A woman's face is shadowed with pain. 


A devoted, adoring wife, and model to her people 


A little girl cries. 


remarks on the warm reception. 


A little boy salutes. 


A bullet strikes. . . . 


The streets are hushed. 




The nation weeps. 


The air is filled with shocked disbehef. 


The world mourns. 


The day is dark. 


The guns are fired. 
The 21 cannon salute, 




The flag for which her husband laid down his life 


A ring is pressed into the hands of a hfeless man. 
A kiss, 


is clasped in the hands of a brave woman. 


A touch, 


Taps. ... 


A woman's tears. . . . 


The eternal flame is lit. . . . 


The air is crisp. 


The air is cold. 




The night is black. 


The day is still. 


A lone figure climbs a hill. 




A wreath of flowers is gently placed on a grave. 


A coffin wrapped in an American flag lies in 
state. 


A last good-bye. 


Hundreds, thousands of people walk by, paying 


A kiss. 


their respects, shedding their tears, bidding 


A touch, 


farewell to their President. 


A woman's tears. 


A little girl, 
A little boy, 

A woman dressed in mourning kneel by the 
coffin, kiss the flag. 


But through the black shines a small light— 
The eternal flame she knew he would want— 
The symbol of the dreams undone— 
The dreams he left to us. . . . 


The air is filled with sadness. 
The day is hlled with grief. 


The air is cold. 


A caisson drawn by seven beautiful white horses. 


The night is dark. 


carries the remains of a pillar of strength. 


A light glows. ... 



38 






In Loving Memory... 
MR. IRVING RUTHEN 



39 



DHiTiíi Dmnï nun 



unnn ^lunn ur ,un\?' d^htdi Dmn .dd:) vin^n ujilu^ ni^R 
mg-'pD niu-'T^ w anpjun dhn .UDun nmu:" an^ojuoj nn ^d 'pu 
i]a Dn^3ü wnu niDiT nun nnin r^ AnuRi'^w ^nirin niin^n 

.nnnNm .nuTDNjn ,nn"'DT]n 

'1 niTua ,ij^üJDT]ni u^iin^ lujnnn dd^ n^Din^ ^iTnajJi Füb^nj 
ij^'pu 'T DuiJ ^n^i„ iDunn u^i^but] mr .rm:? uu^m r'^w ,T^nun 
D^unnn ij^rcunn nnj nin^ dthuj n^n ^n^i ,"ij^:'p hjjid ]rv r\mm 
^Riw' nnn anin n^uj^ojn Tmn'? ^thcdjuj ni^in n^^iinnoj mi?n un 

.EDHDOJ ■PU li^un ,R2U 

nn"Dnn nn^n mo 



na^ip 



■una mn 



inn ai ^^v 
!l-in viDi x"? IS 

- nav^ B'va "in 




nm' iiisi ir'-n s''ni:? 
n'7isA T^ y^' -in 



61 




nsian m^'^n . . . nnson mmtt'a í'jo . . . lai'? n'^inna mn ... mnna nsoa nmanra 
nasa nin ■>2-\y dkh . . . nmsoa ny^^a . . . ^\•'m^^ riTiEjnx rrnai'? lax ... naiü^snn 
... ^.nbsw mxn inwn fmín ns-iN — pnpin in:;K-in ■nyi:;n ... ?nnn'7 naya ion 
l"iy '?nü:D'nn'7''i ... n'?''?- 'sna 'n'i ... mon n'hto ... nnaa naiy Tan mm 
nu;s ? nyir 'a niry . . . nana nii^x r''^y miam . . . bapiw 'Sfa 'n'i . . . nnmy 
D'Iran ... Qv '?3a amyii' ma^ya ma'oan ns n'oaa piivo: mu?ya . . . nynv 'as 
, . . nsan naii^a i'?is . . . nns s'? qs . . . ? nyir i» nsa , . . m'^iraan '73 ... ? njiiii 'a 



. . . naisx i"?!" ina na . . . nau^a- ns myir u'^ia ,m:ia: iiVia ,maan la'na 
msn inar'? sa a^Jin . . . nans ms ... ? ms sns ^w napin . . . nai'j na^i^aa nin 
'a niyy -v^tv . . . yma n'a nms a^ioa mía . . . iipan Jrnn "^y nii^sa ns moaî:? 
nya fina 1:'? ip ... nn miay myty mu^y ^''71:; . . . nyiv 'as ■iu;y nii?'7ii' ? nyiv 
. . . mns naaim; . . . ry ami nnio 'a^a '.ti . . . Ta^oa laa pvia . . . myan 'j'ann 
■jyi ,nTiayn' "jy ,nnayn "py . . . laiy nson n'a O'nai nu?'?tt' "ry ... na omin 

... miayn 

. . . nannna . . . innna . . . ntt>sn b-iniiü — na'aya m'u^'xa las nwisi 
naiy ïis ü'aoi'rn nnaii? yna . . . nai'? na'tt^aa mn ... nannna . . . nannna 
... ?D'nin'7 n'a miay np'oanaa n'?apa nna '?o Dsn ... ín'iiDon myu^a i^m'? 
mii? ... n'jnpan ns nansa n'lin' ... ?n''7S-n:?' n'snais'j 'jss ns'a ]'ay na 
naann'? yaiaa D'lrin mai'oa ... ? mayaa 'rais . . . n'aaa niyu'n nya^a '?naa'? ros 
... n'naya nra du? rx "^^s ... ns'u;a'7 mnaa "^yo' ... nl'7^pw bv n'a'an 

. . . nsan nau?'? 



niTa'^n'? naian 'ai ima mían . . . "jsnwa mnau; na'ann . . . • n'n ,ait3 'rra 
niyii^a i'?'ss n'on □'lai'? . . . mni:;'? nis'iya np'tiana nnaiVn . . . inra nia'ann 
. . . t^bnn lya nssp oyaa nso' ... : 'snm mm'? 'sia ... ? natyn laia"? na . . . i-iay 
D''?aia D'ms pay na ... ? nau^n woz nasa nsn ... "jas ,nsD' ,rmp miaynw nas 
'¡?n©ai ... i"?^ 'nna nanVa . . . "inb: la insi ,na'na ins o•^^p„ ... ? pnpi "^ss 
i?npin ma'jaa 'pi<''?'isa ? nr 'a 'u^na ... ! mnin . . . nsvmn nD£3ipa D''7yai . . . pa'ao 
]'s ÜDS1 s . . . "maiü 13 '73 nn'?' ín"n naiiysnn nw2,, . . . naapn imana ay 
'asura maia 'a,, . . . "ovn mon nsia n's» : m'a'?n ? «nt na„ : mían . . . b^yntv 
. . . 'y'3nn niyira "D'a:in«n 'D''7pn ... "\ nnos ,'aDa 'sannn "rs» ... "? m'?n t "^y laiy 
,ia'7xa ,iasxin„ : hid "73 qioi ... : mían s'? 'siia ? '■? 'a '■? 'as î'S os "! ntsnn"? -maa,, 
. . . Tnyn '7y ni'rn'? ni'j'nna las ... sai u^au^aa pinsn nvn . . . lasaini ,ia'7SJa -lanpVa 

nap nn 



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n^t? s^3DDS ?p mtna mm 



nynsnn nini .pnr-vaa ni3u;vn lanriD 
omn nsDS D^nn njE?' nyn .n'jnsn 
nssv numrn it n^nn noian T-^na omai 
."Dnn D'uM-zD niTT» ds u^isn'? '?'?3'na 
r\^p nyu; .nsosn d"?!»"? nnny lax 
.xn '^yi XT "ry nn'irn nna mmyi ns'rin 
msnusa nnnx d''i:'3 .s'?ana D'?ixn 

.1J'''7K 

.nn''ï!;''n mia tiii^'? dx .3 nvbv nan 
nx'iyi SM nf'jytt' ''3TX2 •''7 n^mb it'ilt' 

.D'Sl D'iV'''? ^SD D'n 

.DU? n'^ya n^xainy X'-nir .t moy nan 
.awn rnya inva iiüa n^ysia nnaxa 
'nyT» x"? IX nnaxa nx 'nxnp ays x"? 
«••n .nnaa •>t> Vy nau^'u; may nmx x^^ï; 
;id:2 rr-aa ana paan n'rya '?y ''J msoa 
na'oaiy m'aan nna "jyi n'yn n'?yaa nana 
■jy rmia"? iynia ri'aa n'iia"? inx ii n:iya 
.nD''Dia'':ix n2w t 
n^ipoyi on'?"' nxsn ,.t nana nn 

.ma''!:;'''? mry nnoiaa nV^ys nmas 
n'aa -maon'? nsnan .■? nanr nan 

.nma"? irma 
'iijiN m'7iys nx manan .12; n:ny nan 
.i:"?'» in'ja noaan Tia t "jyi:; D''i:?:n 

. . . n:m . . . n:ni 
.nrran nnnn i:x n'r'-'pa mmxa nyu'a 
naii3 x\n .ma^nnn ana -s'y 'na 
oniyy iiya nan mpa "jy naVmi noniaa 

. . . nw 



u;''?in Dnu?y ■'Jd'7 .n"ai:;n X'n naa'n 
nsD n'a na'iya 'iia'? pn nx 'na'o nw 
,nanx na nsipn nnx"? -way nam .iia'n 
n'pyan iv ]'3a mis'? aw o^an'? maiy 'ax 
nx nsm"? 'ax ... 'ny: 'a'a manar 'a"?! 
n'an nx pima nV nxiai 'na 'jï; m' na 
'7i'7i« .D'na'? mau; yanx n'j'ja 'n'"7a lau? 
nayn 'nai uya my ...^'D'?iya nnn 
.iDian imxa no'ja nrna'? 
P'aa . . a Tya 'naw man D'w 
0^ xixa"? i:'?inu;nty' nyira D"U'pa i:'?pnw 
nx lapnyn ,'na'? na'xna n'jia'n na'i:?' 
mD:aj i:x nwnai mays: .piv tj"? um'T 

.nair"?"? 
nam nan mssnna m'arn na'tt" mn 
nTara'? nx'aa mian nnx .D'my: nnn iina 
•pnjanu/ '•? nyma nTaian .'?n:ana npns 
.mii^a"? 'mx tut» 
xm .'na ay nn'a inaiz;'?'? noia: 'jx 
i"? Ti'ain 'na ':s ix -laiaa ,'aTan x"? 
nnx'? .D'w nann nam ':s'7a nTa'?n 'as 
T2S '"71^ DTD- n:i:' nxi 'aii? nx i'? 'masu? 
.n'nay nnsa ■ipa'?' irni:^'? ysa xim mx 
-Hyana ma'ya niynsn '■? xaaai i"na xin 
.I'laa 'nipa 
limx D'iap '7njan mpi naa nnx'? 
xm ... n:w'xn nynsn mm ,mnan nnx"? 
na'ja iman nan» : n'? naixi nma'? n:is 
Dixnai mmn DTya 'a n'^anoa x'n "!.a 
?na'7a// :np'niy'7 nann npyx 'ripa nsms 
':xu; piaa .'n'j'rs x"? I'as mxn ¡laix' x'? 
."imx m'aa 
ixa maiyn ,.a n'nin' ,'man 'sa 
ma'oa 'niyu; '■? ymi .n'nay"? miaa way 
na'T:;'a nna'ra nayii?'? unna m:a ,mnnx 
x'aoax 'ry mtna nmn// .x'an u'ain it 
13'? Dnpir mmana ma'oa tw ."n'ja? 
.np'aanai n''7i3X nna'?a 
nnna nsb 'na nxi 'mx n:\'sa n'mn' 
X'- .myiy^ a'u^pn"?! nau;"? umx nrarai 
.'7nx irn Dy nmn ns'» naxan nx m'aoa 
-'nan nma .noansxa ':tx nx nai:; '2X 
ii':Txa lyaiii-ïï? D'nann nn nyaw 'ax 
'ax .naix ya' nn': nn .nayu?'? la'ma 
'mx nniya rays" .mainar 'mnnna nypw 
.ypna 'mai'7n nma 



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. . . Mvm 



■'Qv 'a-I sjnn bv nasan n'?i'?3 larmn nspirn 's'? m'psm ntyxn ma'iim 
: nxna •"'am /"n'a Tixnp thi^s'? «"jn ... Tii:?» Tiurs"? Tisnp x'? o'^iya,/ : -laxK; 

."n''3n np's? K'-n^',/ 
nty sTi ntt-'x- ."hjjd nty i'? nirys» : '- naxaa nirxn Tpsn nx m'7:i- minn 

.Tn,-'7i la'yan'? -n-'an •'raya pioy"? n^'^y /i^xn ijjd 
i'?DT' in'S'aii' ■'132 -D3-isn '7iy2 mxwia vniy D'aan 'Ta'^n 'ît: D'Nsia lanax 
.rninn nvpb miny riTm ma'tt^n •'aa'? ryai ]iTa nipsoa D'ü'j .min"? njar nx tt'-'ipn'? 
,mx 'raa aann -I'jan na'ru; .o-'jan ii:n'7 yjiaa ní^sn n^sn ixa awn np'ya 
'a^aya nirn'nn nn^a ninan ?Dxn rrnn 'nai ."lax rmn tt'iun '7x1,, : "'Vu^a/^a iff'nn 
rraa irrn -'in '73 .nnsu?a- ■'ja'? nsia'? on n'am 'a nTaa mnnx n^'jy n'rma .rmn\i 
nj'jn ]sisi xax Vw mían np'7in nar .T'an'? D:naTa marmrai D'aan "py nysira 

.aS- la D'nantt^a Da''X nniaa nj^nj-a^ D^iyian 
riu;x- bv .(3"d maa') '^"Tn nax "nana 'Va ,nnair ''ja 'nu; -nu^x 'Va 'ni:;n Va,, 
nvnV p Vy n3'ns nasya x'n .'na iinaai mpn nn la n'snVi mx nya nVya nx myV 
Vapnnir /"Vwa,, nsoa ]nnx- pnsn .iVia rran m'lxa iprm?' n'as tt .mpn nxVa 
nirx,. Vit -jTas 'npa naa nn .Vxnu^'a rnvià mpia ,mnac; 'V'Va naxV inaan 
naana nnns n's„ /non' xV VVu^i nVya aV na ntaa,, /'VVnnn x'n 'n nxT nu^x,, : "V'n 

."nnu/V Vy Ton mini 
ainuai ny ,nmaai mVu; -ii'pji mo mm 'sv u'VirnV ,xisx Vüía nu^xn Vy 
D':ian — D'jan Vy n'liynV ;n'ian ax m'nV n'Vy .nnsa^an "nai rraa mixi ti 
.Vxitt^' ny Vu; Tntan n'ny dtp nx nra isixs n'oanVi 

D3VÎ nmu 



mnns... 



nsira IT Txi xin Vt dx iV'îjx D"pv inx Va Vai' 
3T ni'nV V31' Ts 'laxi Tiai3 pi .103 aiaV 

."n'Vys 
nnV I'xu; D'laT iVx„ : aína x"s nxs naoaa 
mai'yT .D'lon mV'as ma on'ra nVVaai /myu; 
mV'a:i msa nx n"pV mx V3 'T3u; n'u;'na iVx 
ViysV 1JT3 .narp maV Vi3:\i naxp I'xu»! Q'lon 
n'lay 'Tyii; 't Vy .nMW n'3iia ni nüu;a nain 
'mxa niV'ys 't Vyi ,d'iV' Vy mm nEu;n aiam 
.mu'yV lamaa vv naa pVn n-'mi d'u^j 
nnnx niainn nnan nnx x'n o'lon mV'a^ 
.oViyr; maix anpa ni xVx D'-nirn anpa pn xV 
irasV nnaiyn m'yan nnx x'n mVwn m'au; 
mVtt'n nüVu;nV mtyV yasa ima mx Vaai dth 
nnxV nr nDu;a pioyV nainn nm'aa ,i:'Vy .oViya 
V3„u; nmnn iiaVa q'íu; nann ntyaa lapaynnu; 

."DiVtz; rrma'ni 
Vy VapV irVy ,-iSDn n'a 'Vnaa nissT i3mxu;3 
nii:;yV mi-'iv na V3 ,i:nV3' 3ü'a3 ,D'u;xnV laasy 
na manV ann: it misa .o'lon mV'aj m:(oaa 

.nV nia"n iixu? 



nVüía Vxnu;'a th'i th' Va Vyu; 'd Vy tix 
iTTEJXu; misa u" ,minn nnsa Va nx n"pV nainn 
Vp D'a'ioa D'aaiaa .mana ,maxa pi 'ia"pV 
I'x .D'tnx D'wjx Qy nu'xa niTiaa ni'nV nni' 
nap3 ,nx3!i;i nxap ri< -ma'-iaa i3nDnV nniffsx 
"D'ixV„n V3a nairnV nni'a nVpn iiin 'mr .m'üai 
m'ayi mana D"n ix .nanV mx I'au; misa Vu; 
QTxn nx D'aana irVy nx'3a x'nu; maToaa 

.nmaj nj-naV 
Di xVx m3na pn xV p"pV nu;sxu; misa u;' 
IT msa .D'lon mV'ai msa ina ,D"tjnsn ir'na 
nil' 'an .n'lmn na'ani n'nan na'an nVVis 
n-iV'a:i I'ay nx nxaa "naiu;nn mo',, nn:ixa 'nnn'ja 
nau'i npnsn msa avn n'yni' D'an,, :naixi D'non 
nu'x D'ncn mV'ai nVnia n'ym' orxi nnViys 



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vm^] Disn 



ü-íió -\ür:w ntt'yan D'jiy Kin nrn n'riyn ."miry'? 
.nau;'?! i3 iiay"? 
inx mx» i^'in nax .nxnan nns Kin Dixn 
.(S""? tni 'mi mas) "iT'ii^xna niiiya '?3 n^as 'pipu; 
"DViyn Kiaj ^'7''2V2„ lai'? 3"n inxi ihk "jd 
1ii?ïi lyn 'Kinx ^Kii^a i:;''X '731 ,(X"y ,t"'? imnao) 
D'?iy iy3 xi~ 'xnnx onsm ^l^sm mœijxn asa 
(ü"'? myiaiy) "nn nt T-my 'rxiii''' '7D// .nnn^n 
'anT max) "x'r-a o'jiy D"p i'7X3 nnx irai D"i?a" '?3i// 

.(X"'? ini 
■73., : naxjii' las ,mxn nx xnian pn Disy naa 
na-nx p mii^a xpn ix .(n D'''7,-in) "V'75-i nnn nnu; 
'my ■'DS3X1 ^in„ 2wn'? xin '7i'7y .n'7nj niao i"? 
annn'71 onn'? n^sx misi l'y mis iina xin '?i'7yi 
.-Taii^'7 1'? loa^ir D'?iyn nx 
nx -"apn xnau;' -yira// : m^xn msoa naai 
naxi ny P ''i'?'x "73 '7y nnnm i'tdj iwxnn dix 
na "pai ¡nn a'naïu'ai d''S3 naa 'i^ya nxT n"? 
'ppVpn x'?ii7 inyï in .Tixna n'j'au^a — irixia©' 
minn rr-icxna .('ü nan nVnp) "'a'piy nx annm 
,mxn xon '7'?ja lainn naao ,n n:3D na"p nnM 
,n3£3nnan ainn Dn'?3 ,i3a'?iy V'rna nsma a'aa naaon 

.mii'uxn "n '?y x'n na^xai 
■^y bnn naia isioana 'jaii'n "ima laV: nan 
Tnxna "^ni n\- iiirxnn mx,/ .iii^ayi rirxnn ms 
"loyai T''?y vt- n"apn n^i- -moir ira — vpib ly 

.(X"y ,a"' nrsn) 
— n'j'yia n'yispa miay ^b nman Dixn pn 
xin nanpai:; -nan'?i lay'? m nx ■-a lasy"? pn x'? 
nxT imn''7îi7 nx na nxn'-i nanai piso na xsa'' — 'n 
nn'S' nmay x'n iia nmay .nin D'?iya vn na'^a 
nnai2;D nnaîz; rx 'a nnai:'i mn'oa iina n'-u^yin 
naii?' nirxa ait) rX// .ni:;^ ■''7a nwix psi nT-s' 

.(a"a /i n'^np) "vicyaa mxn 
in'jiiD Dy'? n noa i'?! na imn nx yna lya"? 
.nni2;''ai npns iimx ma'?an ,minn ns ,np'' nsix 
minn Vy ■'D □'riyn nn''ai:? ny nmia minn nn-'au? 
nx xxaa nnsani minn nna miaya .lia'jiy naiy 
D'''7nn) "a"? 'naii^a nniy n ••iips,, 'a x'^an lanii^x 

.('13 ,D"' 





naim moiaa liiay nu^na nmna 
.xanV lamüVntt^n matiza ii"? nrisx mi'na 
rniKSin 's'? nu'N — snaan inaan d"?!» 
— ia5?a ornaba lann'rsn hk inyn"? bau 
.Tnya ir'na nu^jr: ni:?» n''i:?srün inaa sin 
,0"'? n"?'!» 'DÍ5) b"m nz5N /'"jto T!2'?n// 
."ni:'5?a 'T''? X'aair'/, 
.ir'n "jsraaa x'^k nxüana naann tk 

.onxn naan"? man n:p nn n'tryan 
naix n'H aiü at:? Vya "jxnw 'ai 
nan ^:¡\, ,n->mr\ naan «"^s naan txî:; 
" 'T mx ^tt^í< "73 riK lu^yi ixia' ... a'? 
's'? ,Tana nrn piosn .("> -n""? mau;) 
N'n maann "raau; nbnin naannt:; ,D"irî;an 
.""I ms nu's '?a nx,, nwy'?! 'lists'? 
nas "iipnT' T-u^jyai iianp' Tu^ya,, 

.(T"a ,n"s nvns) ^'in 
.liiaip"» i3''tt?s;ai:/ n'rsn ux 




n'jiys 'huï;! U'aD"? D'nnaa "^ns D'?iy nyitf 
,it:'5n main rx -'"t inn ,ij'a'3 .la"? n-iana D-'nm 
mu;3 x"?! yian rnu^n x"? -iiani nx ooin u^'n r^i 
•¡lin mía — "^inn ijnan .o^yispan D"nn 
mn — mnyir nxan nsn lü'jna mniy rinn"? 
n-nn ai^j'u^u; vnsoa n'ain ,wn '?sst iiuras; 
Di? min nE;'» ^'m nasas '?xnï;'''7 xin ns'' yiai 
.('3 ,'3 m3x VIS) "nx IIT 
m3T ni33D m3nix ntyinn lansipns xpn d"?!» 
.n'?3'?33i sia3 myispan Va'? ominn ijay '^a '?y 
laay ■'ï/ip'? mtn ns'-son nava nx nyi"? DiT»"?;? 
nnnn inia n^uoi m'?'7i3nn "insa nnrn"? on^'ryi 
rrnn'-n nixns '^y ,-T'att'n .x3d Vxnii''' nna niz;i33n 
nxTn m'au^m .mn "^i» 2wm n'psn x'n nsnxn 
D'u^yan "n ns dx pn ix n-iTs xurn n'riy n'nn 
no'n '?y n:3: ,n'7D'?33 rai yna3 ^^ -TTiys la'?^? 
'nsan larp iici ii^n iio inu? nTiff,5;a rmsa 'ra; 

ííí; .iwy '?ir 
i:nn "n3 nx'ra msnriB'm -irya "Hr 'is iin 
niac;'? U'-'^y — nix'?san nvniz^sxn mn it nsipns 
nmatt;i« 3in3U7 las -n'rmsa nx D"p'?i nninn nx 
"D'ayn •'j'y'? aanrsi aanaan x-'n 'a Dn''i:;yi 

.('1 n a-'-int)) 
wxnn nxi'7 innx: Tnya "^xnu^'s mnaxa 
.Tysn nnn "ju? ':nnn vas nnobp ais'y'? n:iiyxii 
ystt'n'? Vsi: D'aiixi nnnTX3 s'il xmj D'''?a3 x'? 
nsia"? wtiiD'' 1JX ununjnm i3x iru'ya .ir:3 'jy 
ir'jy ."D'an'? la'D m3x na^ya// .i:n'?''? xam"?! 
mica"? bv.itv n->2 '?w inuaxa iy3 mnnxn n'?î3ia 
nx Tan iidt'? "rinm nt m^sn ■'i'?a3 .max 
,naixn •>vi-tp '?^b "jxitt^'a mnax '?w ivai mn'oa 

.ma'oam n^xinn "7331 nnnn "733 
noisü nx DJ '^y ann'tt^a i'?yn nmii:;a nain 
nxnuTi nixsia laxu? naa .nnv ix .'?xnu;''a nx 'ru; 
";:ax nnna ij'''?y n'?'xxa -nVxs m-iso 'rjsa 
nxT» ima nn'3 m3''?n n'six XMtt^3 ,nt2?ya nya^a 

.nyii Dyü 31ü3 ,minn nn3 o^au' 



m3:i "isD n'a 3'7iy3 ^r^^ü'7 nsipn ain oy 
M->^V 13 -D'tt'yan D'?iy no "jy i:asy nx mxn i:x 
•[w:¡')V my^n .mx3n O'^a^s ijaipa nx xisa"? 
13'? li^att^'E^ 'amin lyüan ]n m:nnx- dijï's i:"? 
x'?x np-iy i:;man x"?,, ,d'71x .i:"n inn"? m^s 
iiay"? ,13"? Mb 'X13 ,(r" /x m3X 'p"is) "nii?yan 
nnaiy iixtt» nv^n noiV ir'^yu? D'a'iDa manpy "py 
nirx iriyx 'ry mnnxn '?iy nx i:axy '?y "^sp"? 
.3Tipn Tiny3 '?xntt'"'3 o^m mn3 i:"n nx lysp' 
lys '73 Vy i:mx n3ma ,n"n min3 ,minn 
misa- n-iTy3 ma^'n imn nx 12'? miai ,bv^} 
"D13133 n-na„3 D"3an- 3m3 -pn' x'? .nviyyan 
n3u;na,/ mpa'? mxn r^ "i^pn .Tn'i:? ,01:''''?!^ p'?n) 
13X y;Ba mViys 'ti S" xpn x'?x ."nii?ya ''ja 
]ipm ii?s3n ]ipn nmoau/ minn nai nx D'^a^pQ 

•nnn 
nsmrn"? dix"? nnny misan b^v npia D"3a-in 
nnx isa pma misan Dvp .ma'?tt?n ni'?yaa m'?y'?i 
nx xin iB^Ji •'w isai D'7iyn xniaa n:iaxn nx 
nnny nra^yan nnsan .nan"? dtx v^^ û'ohm 
mnü„ "jy nnaïa^i "ni3iü nnaa na'jnnS/ u"? 
b"m nax /-misa iin'-j x'?» ."aVn mntoi D'a;yan 
nx în3 ins"? x'rx/, -crai:? 'd — xainan a^na) 
•Dn-'T' ■'tt'ya nxi an'nna nx ino'? ,"m'-i3n 
m3iy3 maa^'ji mxsnn'? £;i''Dn naa^s i3X m'^ij-i 
.m3i nsD n's 3'?i:;3 uma'? pin nx □"o'? la^sra; 
iix ni3"n -oron nnaty -lannat» npisiau; maa 
np-ii xin nnn'-a nnr3 3nynn nxinnu; 1131"? ni 
■73 i:mx ni3"na nma'?n •'S "D3n T'a'7n// "ixinn 
■73 '3 n'asn •'Ta'rn T-an ixnp: ii'"?™ .ir^n •'a' 
nnma'? nx is'E'am n'T'a'?n nxii'a nn^n 'a'- 
p na'"? n:(i na"? n:i .innxn nav ly manna 
,nii:;y'? ma "^y nai'7n„i nwy"? nja "jy Tian na"? 
VIS) "nitt'y'?i niau;'? -la"?"?! lia'?'? n^s T^p'sjoa 

.('1 /T ni3X 



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SoO Rnds students in the lunchroom where a 



First bell. Up the stairs at a pace known as the 




^ -^ lesson in contact lens placement is taking place. 



Yeshiva slop,' past the most insect infested locker 

in the school. 




Up to class ^ uh, uh, sister, didn't make it. 



"But 1 can't see why you came in if you know 



Down to the office — "What, you again?" 




you are lay 



tt!" 



Upstairs, while placidly communing with your 

Maker, in walks The Man to announce that we 



1 





have forfeited our sixteenth assembly for distur- 



bances in the corridors. . . . 





Onward . . . Rabbi Perlman, part-lime photog- 




rapher, full-time lecturer, discusses the degenera- 
tion of the human race. N'echuhi, vechulu. 



. . . English, and the alert pedagogue drops 

pearls of wisdom with every passing sentence — ** ' 

the bell . . . Gym! Run, borrow socks, pants. 




snealiers. Lila, may I borrow your cast for thi 



period? Getting up the hard way as demon- 





Well, not quite, Appy. 




gallery. 



* strated by S. Heisler and by J. Appleton. 



Next period we'll turn the art room into a 




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And twice every three weeks ^ve discuss THAT 



sort of tiling with Dr. Joffen who can find more 
neuroses in one chicken than we can imagine. 

And now to the brightest period of our day ^ 



¡Mrs. Faerber's think-for-yourself history class. 




What am 1? Raise your hands if they are 



Answer: "A Negro laborer.' 




Mrs. F. "What AM I?" Answer: A Chinese 
immigrant. 




Silence. Mrs. F. "Girls, I m a woman! ' Ans. 



OhIMrs.F. "Oh?' 





Then to lunch, a gay conglomeration of . . . 




Mr. Lilker hits the jackpot . . 





And so the day continues till finally. 






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^ctmtics 



Youth is restless, constantly searching for new ways 
to express itself. Extra-curriculars , the hours spent after 
4. -55 at countless meetings and projects, are our outlet. 
They offer a challenge, a satisfaction that the classroom 
alone cannot supply. 



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Edilor-in-CIiief Josephine Sebro'w 

Art Editor Nadja RosenLaum 

Hebrew Editor Mala Weltsman 

Literary Editor Evelyn Berger 

Business Managers _ „ Sura Heisler 

Sora Kelman 

Assistant Editor-in-Chief Ginny Haberkorn 

Assistant Art Editor Lila Magnus 

Assistant Hebrew Editor Rina Kotre 

Assistant Literary Editor Esther Glicksman 

Staff Artists Judy Appleton 

Mala Weltsman 



Biographers : Esther Ghcksman, Jessica Goldstein, 
Ginny Haberkorn, Basheva Herzberg, Rebecca 
Joseph. Mary Kent 

Photographers: Basheva Abort, Anne Baranek, 
Gloria Epstein, Rosanne Farkas, Pearl Gold- 
fischer, Barbara Gutfrtund 

Class Historians: Esther Specter, Rebecca Joseph, 
Charlotte Silverman, Phyllis Maza 

Faculty Advisors: 

English Mr. P. Pearl 

Hebrew Mr. A. Steif 

Art Mrs. E. Levinson 



Elchanet 




The Elchanet, published yearly by a fresh staff with much agony and hair- 
tearing, represents the cumulative effort of the Senior Class to record the impres- 
sions, stormy, tense, funny, but always exciting, of their four years at Y.U.H.S.G.M. 
Despite deadlines, worries and drudgery, we have pulled through this year and we 
wish the class of 66 plenty of luck. (The aspirin bottle is in the left-hand drawer 
in the G.O. office.) 



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Ginny Haberkorn 





Alt Department: Mrs. Levinson, Nadja 
Rosenbaum, Lila Magnus 



Hebrew Department: Mala Wellsman, 
Mr. Steif, Rina Kobre 




Josephine Sebrow 




business (legal and otherwise) ; Sura 
Heisler, Sora Kelman 




Literary Department: Evelyn Ber- 
ger, Mr. Pearl, Esther Ghcksman 



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G.O. Fall 



Row 1 : J. Eisenterg. F. Grossman. M. Pascher, R. 

Appleton, D. Jacobs, B. Topor, E. Klein. 

Row 2: L. Hocliberger, N. Rosenbaum, A. Hayda. 

E. Horowitz, L. Nowak. R. Ben Porat, M. Cesser. 

Row 3: J. Appleton, M. Olshin, Z. Weinfeld, M, 

Furst. R. Hamada. R. WolF. B. Korn. 

Not Shown: S. Feldgreber, R. Monderer. F. Dien- 



This hardy group tliat links us to the administration, also brings diversion to 
the student body with fashion shows, chaggigot, annual trips and plays, weekly 
assembhes, and a host of clubs. The G.O. has always quickened its pace. This year 
it was crescendo; this school's first Dance Festival, new teams: Ping-Pong, Chess, 
Checkers, and Bowling; Judy finally brought order to the chaos on the bulletin 
board with her little pink cards, and the expanded G.O. Publicity Committee 
decorated the walls, continually arousing students to PARTICIPATE. 



G.O. Spring 



Row 1 : S. Kuflik. M. Ring, J. Sayovitz. S. Werner, 

L. Zelkowilz, C. Tendler. A. Dcutscb. 

Row 2: L. Segal, L. Magnus, R. Radzinski. R. 

Joseph. F. Cotles.nan. Z. Spitz, C. Scbiff. R. Schik- 

man. 

Row 3: R. Heclit. J. Wadler, C. Singer, D. Stein, 

D. Wolf. B. Mass. C. Etzion. 

.\0T Shown-. J. Weissbraun, S. Kiul. 



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T. Gold. Secretary; J. Sussman, President; Mrs. E. Levinson, Advisor; 
R. Friedman, Treasurer; D. Grosser, Vice-President. 



G.O. Executive Council 



Senior Council 




^^mv. 




p. Maza. G. Epstein, Vice Presidenl; J. Morgenstern, J. Appleton, Presi- 
dent; R. Farkas. 



THE COUmER 




Row 1: M. Weltsman. M. Greentaum. C. Silverman, Editor-in-Chief; J. Gold- 
smith. Editor — Courier Bulletin; S. Gershinsky, J. Moskowitz. Mr, P, Pearl, Advisor. 
Row 2: S. Neumann. S. Goldwasser, E. Glicksman. .1. Goldstein, P. Maza, A. Gold- 
wasser, P. Goldstein, S. Album. 

Row 3: J. Applelon. R. Appleton. D. Click, L. Sega!, S. Lieterman, E. Friedman,. 
Not Show.n: J. W'eissbraun, Editor— Courier Bulletin. 




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Row 1: C. Etzion, E. Schuster, Editor; Mr. A. Steif. Advisor; 

S. SKapiro. 

Row 2: D. Click, R. Mondercr, Z. Spitz, 



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Publications 



Y.U.H.S.G.M. publishes a variety of news- 
papers, newsletters, and bulletins in Hebrew and 
in English. The Courier-Hamevaser, containing a 
good cross-section of the literary samples of the 
exponents of the "belle lettres," is published two 
or three times a semester. The Courier bulletins, 
which also serve as gossip columns and doodle 
material, keep us posted between newspaper 
issues. A yearly literary bulletin represents the 
efforts of the non-newspaper world to display its 
talents. The Arista Hamagid provides interesting 
commentaries on the weekly portion of the To- 
rah. This year the senior class, deciding to turn 
literary, produced its very own ' Nooze and 
Shmooze. 



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Ro» 1: P. Maza. L. Segal, G. HaLerkorn, E. Berger. President; Mr. A. Steif, Advisor: J. Applelon, 

R. Friedman. J. Raab. R. Wolf. S. Heisler. 

Row 2: E. Bilenker. C. Etzion. S. Muschel, J. Moskowitz. E. Schuster. L. Strachman. T. Gold. J. Suss- 

man. S. Kelman, M. Bcrkowitz. E. Glicksman. L. Hochfcerger. J. Goldstein. R. Preiser. E. Yanier. 

Row 3: J. Sebrow. M. Hass. H. Laut. A. Hayda. T. Zions. S. Borenstein. R. Ru'ditzky, A. Teitz. 

L. Seidcnfeld. R. Haniada, N. RosenLaum. 

Not Shown: M. Wcltsman, R. Monderer. H. Scliartenberg. J. Weissbraun, R. Kobre. F. Reclies. 




CHARACTER 

SCHOLARSHIP 

LEADERSHIP 

SERVICE 



Any junior or senior with a high scho- 
lastic average, school service credits, strong 
recommendations, and fluency in the He- 
brew language, can join our elite. Arista is 
more than just an honor Desto\^'ed upon a 
student. It is a responsibility to serve as an 
example of the Jewish ideal and to help 
further the religious spirit of the student 
body. 

This year's inductees ^vere initiated in a 
novel candlelight ceremony. 



8o 



Resolved: The maiiiifaclure of cigarettes should be outlawed. 



Resolved; The Coininunist party in the United States shoidd be banned. 




feso/, 



Vet/. 



'riser 



'c/c/e. 



"'■'^hi 



f^ful 



Rqw 1: S. Shapiro. M. Weltsman, J. Shulman, C. 

Silve.man, B, Gulfreund, R. Kobre. 

Row 2: F. Reches, M. Greentaum, Manager; S. 

Gershinsky. 

Not Shown: S. Feldgreber. E. Orenstein. 



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Debating 



We may not have the world s best swim- 
ming or football teams (to be formed next 
year, after we graduate), but our debaters 
are tops. Even M.T.A. with its ace debaters 
had to bow sevetal times to our team. The 
school debating tournament and the in- 
creased r^umber of inter-school debates, in- 
novated by manager Judy Sussman in 1963- 
64 arid continued by Margie Greenbaum, 
have raised debating to a high level in our 
school. 



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High School Bowl 




Row 1 : J. Morgenslern, S. Siiapiro, S. Heisler, Captain. 
Row 2: B. Rosenterg, J. Appleton. 



High School Bowl is our rival for the 
college version in both content and ex- 
citement. Here is an example: 

Question: Take the number of hours 
a senior sleeps in a week (minus numbers 
will be accepted), add the number of 
books in the school library, subtract the 
number of situps a senior class can do 
after a history final. 

Answer: Never mind. 

Better luck next year, girls. 



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Library 




Row 1: R. Bukatman, L. Magnus, M. Mitlelman, Student Librarian; 

Ratbi H. Perlman, Librarian; M. Desser. R. Schmookler. R. Appleton. 

Row 2; N. Wernick, E. Friedman. S. Kuflik. E. Ruditzky, T. Weiss. E. 

Yanier. R. Faerber. D. Jacobs, L. Stern, S. Luban. F. Samson. 

Row 3: A. ^^'eintraub. L. Slrachman. E. Liebman. R. Joseph, R. Schleifer. 

S. Raniras. A. Weiss, S. Album, D. Gumpertz. S. Muschel. S. Gruen- 

specht. 

Not Shown: R. Sobel. 



Choir 




Row 1: T. Willig. E. Rockoif, E. Ghcks 

Wachsman, S. Geller, Z. Katz. 
Row 2: C. Sacbs, H. Levine, B. Has 
Leader; D. Geller, S. Muschel, M. Mass, 
Row 3: D. Glick, M. Desser, L. Seide 
S. Borcnstein, M. Mittciman, N. Hess. 
Not Shown: F. Grossman, R. Schmookle 



;, F. Weitman, J. Goldsmith, 
R. Wolf, 
ifeld. A. Hess. C. Matkowsky, 

r, E. Schraub. 



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Basketball 




Row 1 : A. Goldwasser, S. Kahan, 
S. Kelman, Athletic Manager; C. 
ScKmookler, R. Applelon. 
Row 2: T. Weiss. E. Katz, R. Ma- 
mada, R. Monderer, Z. Appel. 
Row 3: J. Weiss. D. Brody, R. 
Sckmookler. R. Scklussel. 
Not Shown: F. Joseph, S. Sa- 
perstein. 




Under the eagle eye of coacli Evelyn Rabinowitz, an alumna 
who "knows all the tricks," the basketball team is coming into its 
own. We are no longer relegated to the "basement," and although 
the Ramazons ' may crack an occasional head, they have lots or 
worthy competition in us. Despite the graduation of star forward 
Sora "Kelly" Kelman, the team has lots of talent left in the other 
three classes. 



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Cheerleaders 




Boosters 




Row 1: C. Antman, Leader; N. Berger, 

R. Haller, B. Goldsmith. M. Panush, S. 

Goldwasser. S. Album, P. GoldBscKer, 

Leader, 

Row 2: S. Aber, D. Stein, R. Schleifer, 

M. Smith. E. Turko. S. Ekstein, C. Ler- 

mer, L. Calin. M. Weiss. 

Row 3: R. Wolf. J. Berger, J. Soniker, 

S. Maza, B. Davidowitz. H. Bendkow- 

ski, M. Mandel. B. Feinerman. 

Not Shown: D. Jacobs. J. Sayovitz, E. 

Schuster, G. Cahn. M. Pascher. 



R. Farkas, R. Goldberg, Leaders. 

Row 1 : J. Trauring, B. Bryks. C. 

Tendler, S. Samelson, 

Row 2: L. Braun, J. dicker. E. 

Horowitz, D. Album. 

Row 3: S. Cohen, V. Ramat. L, 

Werthheimer, L. Nowak. 

Not Shown: L. Pollak, 



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Chess and Checkers — Fall 



i)ññfiñ m.^ 




Row 1 : I'. Neumann, R. Radzinski, B. 
Bryks, R. Kobre. Captain; J. Raab, G. 
Epstein. D. Grosser. 

Row 2: S. Portowicz, B. Hershheimer, R. 
Sobel, E. Gelman, S. SKurin, A. Teitz, C. 
GoIdLerg, G. Lehrman. D. Fein, N. 
Berger. 

Row 3: H. TeicKman. M. Ring. L. 
Schnall, J. Sayovilz, R. leichman, J. Ber- 
ger, B. Tershel, S. Gruenspechl, E. Cohen. 
Not Shown; B. Korn, R. Monderer. 



Chess and Checkers — Spring 



Row 1 : E. Getman. R. Radzinski, F. Neu- 
mann, R, Kotre. Captain; J. Raab, S. Por- 
towicz. D, Grosser. 

Row 2: S. Liebernian, E. Yazcrsky. D. 
Pinczewski. P. Feld. Y. Shurin. S. Gruen- 
speclit. S. Shurin. 

Row 3: B. Tershel, H. Grauman. E. Fes- 
tin. E. Rockoff, D. Gumpertz, V. Roten- 
f^erg. R. reiciinian, E. Cohen. 
Not Shown: H. Teichman, S. Album. 




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Ping Pong 




Row 1 : R. Perl, S. Abcr. F. Wielscliner, B. Sallz, J. Sayovitz. L. Rosenberg. 

Row 2: L. Marcus, E. Orenstein, M. Gratie. S. Muschel, J. Moskowilz, S. Luban, E. Kronenberg. 

Row 3; E. Glicksman. Leader; M. Mandel, M. Olshin, B. Lipner. R. Schmookler, J. Fasten. T. Willi| 

S. Stern. S, Rubin. T. Zions, S. Ekslein, S. Kelman, R. Ruditzky. Leader. 

Row 4: N. Rosenbaum, F, Kulik, B, Davidowitz, H. Grauman, C. Sacbs, F. Gottesman, D. Feii 

A. Hayda, C. Antman. 

Not Shown: J. Sbulman. J. Wahl, P. Goldfischer. J. Weissbraun. R. Farkas. 



Every student wants to be part of a school team or 
club. Therefore, Y.U.H.S.C.M. has added four new 
teams: chess, checkers, ping-pong, and bowhng. Every 
week girls represent their classmates in the inter-class 
tournaments. These games offer a great many students an 
opportunity for excitement and the championship of the 
school. 

The advent of the bowhng team presents a problem. 
Soon freshmen will believe that there is a bowling alley 
next to the "swimming pool on the fifth floor. 



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Frailty, thy name is woman'— Hamief 




Mazel Tov 

JULIA MORGENSTERN 

MAY YOU AND YOUR CLASSMATES GO 
FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH 



Morgenstern Oil Operations 

Union National Building 
Wichita, Kansas 



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"I bear a charmed hfe'V-Macfcei/i 





"We have seen better days'— Timon of Athens 



MAZEL TOY AND BEST WISHES TO 



RUTHIE 



And Her Graduating Class 



Mr. and Mrs. Michel Radzinskî 

Abe and Molly 

Brenda and Danny 



"Two lovely berries moulded on one stem —Midsummer Night s 
Dream 




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My library was dukedom large enough — The Tempest 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO OUR DAUGHTER 

BARBARA 
Mr. and Mrs. Salo Gu+freund 




I shall laugh myself to death —//le Temposl 



Romeo, Romeo, wherefore are tliou — Romeo and Juliet 




ivluzel ^ov and (/óest l/Uiókeó to 

MALA and NADJA 



MR. & MRS. P. WELTSMAN 



MR. AND MRS. A. ROSENBAUM 



MURRAY AND PEARL 



THE PERLE FAMILY 



THE MORDOWITZ FAMILY 



MR. JACOB JERUSEUMSKY 




MR. MORRIS BLAUSTEIN— Chicago 



THE FRENKEL FAMILY— Alabama 



THE WELCMAN FAMILY— Paris 



and the rest of the Clan 



"Beauty is bought by judgement of the eye, not uttered by the base 
sale of tongues ^Lofe s Labour Lost 



'These violent delights have violent ends"— Romeo and ]uliet 



{^onafatulationá to 

BASHEVA 

MR. & MRS. SAM ABOFF 
Elizabeth. N. J. 



RABBI & MRS. ELI M. LAZAR 

RACHEL. TOBY. MIRIAM 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

Friends from 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Nor+h Adams. Mass. 
New York. New York 

Elizabeth. N. J. 



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"Every why hath a wherefore"^Comeciy 0/ Eítovs 




Young in limbs, in judgement old '-'Merchant of Venice 



Mazel Tov to 

JOSIE SEBROW 

from 

The S. and S. Soap Company 

Bronx, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

CAROL SACHS 



Hartz Mountain Pet Foods 



I am never merry when I hear s^veet music —^Merchant of Venice 




"We cannot all be masters"— Oíiicíío' 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



Ruth Weitz 



from Her Father 



Harry Weitz 



Congratulations to 



Barbara Gutfreund 



AND THE CLASS OF '65 



^ Rowen Merchandise Corporation 



" A wretched soul, bruised with adversity"'— Comedy of Errors 



These trees shall be my books ^As You Like It 






Congratulations to 

Rosanne 

AND HER CLASSMATES 

L and L Food Stores 

72-68 MAIN STREET FLUSHING, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



Rîta Wolf 



AND HER FELLOW GRADUATES 




Mr. and Mrs. D. Wolf and Eddie 



Chewing the food of sweet and bitter fancy "^As You Like It 



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Zounds, I was never so bethumped with words "^King John 



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Mazel Tov to 
Our Dear Daughter and Sister 

Rochelle Goldberg 

Rabbi and Mrs. DANIEL GOLDBERG 
and MYRON 



Mazel Tov to 

Faye Grunbart 

and the Graduating Class of '65 
Mr. and Mrs. F. KLEIN and Family 



To 

Aviva 

Wishing You All the Best 
in the Days to Come 

THE FRIEDMAN FAMILY 



Best Wishes to 

Ellen Bilenlcer 

from Her Many Friends 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

Eva 

to Our Dearest Graduate 

MOMMY and DADDY 
Mr. and Mrs. STADLER 
MICHAEL and HARRY 



Mazel Tov to 

Phyllis Maza 

LAKEWOOD OIL COMPANY 
Lakewood, N. J. 



"The weird sisters V-Macfcetii 





"Who can be wise, amazed, temperate and furious, loyal and 
neutral in a moment V-Macfcefii 





Oklahoma Fracturing Services, Inc. 

Acidizing - Bulk Chemicals - Fracturing 
General Office: 




Congratulations to 


302 BEHES BUILDING 

Oklahoma City, OUa. 

405 J A 4-2216 




Judy 


• 

Acid Engineers, Inc. 




from Her Cousins 


'Custom Engineered Treatments" 
General Office: 

302 BETTES BUILDING 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

405 JA 4-2216 




Sussman Market 

Finest Wholesale Fruits 
and Vegetables 


Sinder Brand 

REALTY COMPANY INSURANCE 




612 BLAKE AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


1503 Pocic Avenue 
Atlantic City, N. J. 




Ed Rodgers 


The Treasure Case 

Antique and Decorative items 




Oil Well Service 


JIM JERNIGAN 




P.O. BOX 206 


536 MADISON AVENUE 




Holyrood, Kansas 67450 


New York 22, N. Y. 






PL 3-4214 


mm] 



'Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble 
^Macbeth 



"If ladies be young and fair, they have the gift to know it" 
:—'As You Like It 




Best Wishes to 

Sarah Krul 

from 
A FRIEND 



Congratulations to 
Our Sister 

Ruth Weîfz 

SUSAN, MARVIN, 
and BARTON 



Best Wishes to 
THE CLASS OF '65 

Roy Baylînson 



Best Wishes to 

Faigy Go+tesman 

A. J. D'ANGELO 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

Jessica 

On Her Graduation 

MOTHER, FATHER, GRANDMOTHER 
JUDI and FRED 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to Our Daughter and Sister 

Judy 

MOM and DAD 

LENNY CHERYL ELAINE 

BATSHEVA 



Oh, cali back yesterday, bid time return' V—Ki(ig Richard 11 



'He was a man of an unbounded stomach"^Kmg Henry VIU 



Best Wishes to 



Faye 



Mr. and Mrs. SAM KRISTAL 



Best Wishes to 

Leah 

On Her Graduation 

Rabbi and Mrs. ZEV SEGAL 

Mrs. FANNY PIPERBERG 

Rabbi and Mrs. JOSEPH SEGAL 



Maze! Tov and 
Best Wishes to 

Phyllis Ru+hen 

Mrs. B. RUTHEN 
Mr. and Mrs. A BRONFELD 
Miss ESTHER PULVER 
Mr. and Mrs. J. SCHWEBEL 
Mr. and Mrs. G. ARNSTEIN 




Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

Vera 

from HER PARENTS 
and BROTHER 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to Our Daughter 

Lynda 

and Her Classmates 
Mr. and Mrs. PAUL HOCHBERGER 




Congratulations to 

Barbara 
Gutfreund 



"Now join your hands, and with your hands your hearts 
r— King Henry iV 



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'Fight till the last gasp"— King Henry VI 



Maiel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Phyllis Maza 

MOt^^ and DAD 
CHERYL, SANDRA, ELLIOT, ALAN 



Best Wishes to 

Carol Sachs 

Maiden Mills Sales Company, Inc. 



Goldboro Foods 

79-8! EAST 4th STREET 
New York 3, N. Y. 



Congratulations to My Niece 

Gloria Epstein 

UNCLE DANIEL PRESSNER 



Maiel Tov to Our Dear 

Claire 

On Her Graduation with Love, 
DADDY, BERNICE and AUNT FLORA 



Best Wishes for Success and a Happy Future 
For Our Daughter 

Leah 

CANTOR & MRS. E. BRAUN and Family 



Maiel Tov to Our Dear Daughter 

Susan 

And Her Classmates 
RABBI and MRS. JACOB COHEN 



Congratulations to 

Judy and Her Classmates 

upon their graduation 
MOM, DAD, MARVIN 



Best Wishes to Our Daughter and Sister 

Elaine Roclcoff 

In All Her Future Undertakings 
MOM, DAD, SEYMOUR, JONAH & SHARON 



To 

Sharon 

With All Our Love and Best Wishes 
MOMMY, DADDY, STEVEN & SHELLY 



May the Grandparents of All Her Classmates 

Have as Much Nachas from Their Grandchildren 

As We Have Had from 

Rena 

GRANDMA & GRANDPA PERLMAN 



Mazel Tov to Our Daughter and Niece 

Mary Alice Kent 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. VARGA 

DR. & MRS. LESLIE KAY 



Maiel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Ginny Haberkorn 

Upon Her Graduation 
DADDY, MOMMY and ANNE 



Best Wishes and Hearty Maiel Tov to 

Abby Teitz 

from A FRIEND 
Best Wishes to 

Faye Grunbart 

M. OSTREICHER 
Best Wishes to 

Rochelle Ruditzky 

and her classmates 
ALAN J. KASS 



"Wfiat makes Robliers bold but loo much lenity"— K/ng Henry VI 




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"Bid them wash their faces and Iceep their teeth clean'^Corioianus 



Congratulations to Our Daughter and Sister 

MARSI 

On Her Graduation 
MOM, DAD, ELIOT and SUSAN 



Mazel Toy and Best Wishes to 

BASH EVA 

Upon Her Graduation 
MOM, DAD and CHAVA 



IV 6-2500 DI 2-1273 

I. J. MORRIS, INC. 

46 GREENWICH STREET Hempstead, L. I. 

9701 CHURCH AVENUE Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 



Best Wishes to 

EVELYN BERGER 

Upon Her Graduation 

HENRY KAPLAN 

Live and Kosher Processed Poultry 

Liberty, N. Y. 



LYNDA HOCHBERGER 



MR, & MRS. WAHRHAFTIS, ABE and CHAIM 



MARSI SMITH 

J. p. F. FUBAR CORPORATION 
69 West Broadway, New York 



TOVA FISH MAN 

RABBI & MRS. J. FISHMAN, RASHIE and BUBBI 
RABBI & MRS. N. TWER5KY, AVRAHOM, DAVID TZVI 



REBECCA DYKAN 

from Her Parents, MR. & MRS. JACOB DYKAN 



ROCHELLE RUDITZKY 

from MR. & MRS. JULIUS REITER 



HANA GRAUMAN 

from Mr. & MRS. GLUCK and Son 



n'2 X7n »?TTDn n^a 
noiKH nnrj"? isi'n 



miEJT ijnnV m^nn ysi? 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

ESTHER GLICKSMAN 

On Her Graduation 
from A FRIEND 



I. PADAV/ER COMPANY, Inc. 

577 BROADWAY 
New York 12, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

ROCHELLE GOLDBERG 

AMERICAN KOSHER CATERERS, Inc. 

FL 3-3540 

Rabbi D. Goldberg Morris Ostreicher 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

PEARL GOLDFISCHER 

HUNT PAPER COMPANY 

4370 Park Avenue New York City 

LU 4-5900 



SURA HEISLER 

from A FRIEND 

BARBARA TERSHEL 

from A FRIEND 

TIRZA RUTH ZAETZ 

from GRANDMA FANNIE 

EMILY TURKO 

from UNCLE JOSEPH & AUNT ZAHAVA 



PHYLLIS MAZA 

from HENRY & SEYMOUR WECKSLER 
and HARRY WEXLER 



DIANE K. BRODY 

from 
MR. & MRS. NATHAN WIENER and Family 



K0K1 X3X nxo 



X0K1 X3K nxn 



'What is pomp, rule, reign but earth and dust?' —King Henry V/ 



He's sudden if a thing comes to his head "—King Henry V/ 



Mazel Tov 



Esther Bassia Pessin 

from Her Sister, Chaya 

THE CLASS OF '65 

from Lebbin Oil Company 



SURA HEISLER 

from Mr. & Mrs. Jack Silver 



TOBY ZIONS 

from a Friend 



BARBARA TERSHEL 

from Mr. & Mrs. Sam Brach 



AVIVA HESS 

from Her Sisters and Janie 



JUDY GOLDSMITH 

from Neal N. Storm, D.D.S. 



PEARL GOLDFISCHER 

from Harry Sharfin 



TOVA FISHMAN 

from MR. & MRS. BERNIE HERSKOWITZ and Family 



NANA GRAUMAN 

from Simon Mayer 

HELEN KOESTERICH 

from Her Uncle and Aunt 



JOAN SONIKER 

from Dad, Mom and Hilton 



CAROL SACHS 

from Rabbi & Mrs. Ralph Neuhaus 



LAURA SEIDENFELD 

from MR. & MRS. I. GRUNBERGER. 
MALKE, MINDY, YOCHEVID 




DIANE K. BRODY 

from Mr. & Mrs. Eli Kaplan and Family 



SURA HEISLER 

from Uncle Joe, Aunt Sylvia and Family 



HANA GRAUMAN 

from Mr. Harold Plofsky 



LEAH SEGAL 

from Mr. & Mrs. Norbert Jeret & Yossie 



MALKA BERKOWITZ 

from Sandy Farber 

DIANE K. BRODY 

from The Feinbergs 

ADELE HAYDA 

from a Friend 

LYNDA & REBECCA 

from Abraham and Judy Joseph 



ROCHELLE RUDITZKY & CLASS OF '65 

from a Friend 



MALA WELTSMAN 
NADJA ROSENBAUM 

from UNCLE JACOB 

TOBY ZIONS & CLASS OF '65 

from a Friend 



SURA HEISLER 

from a Friend 



TIRZA ZAETZ 

from I. Gade 



EMILY TURKO 

from Mom and Dad 



BARBARA TERSHEL 

from MR. & MRS. IRVING TERSHEL and RUTHIE 



RUTH WEITZ 

from Uncle Irving and Aunt Lillie 



THE CLASS OF '65 

from the SILVERBERG and YANOWITZ FAMILIES 



ESTHER PESSIN & CLASS OF '65 

from a Friend 



It is ihe disease of not listening, The malady of not marking, 
fhat I am troubled with —King Heniy /V 



'Let me tell the world"'— King Heniy IV 



Congratulations to 



MARSI SMITH 

from Edith and Moshe Hass & Family 



LAYU SEIDENFELD 

from Daddy, Mommy, Mindy and Eli 



CAROL SACHS 

from Mommy, Daddy, Betty and Me 



REBECCA WAHRSAGER 

from Mr. and Mrs. Seller 



REBECCA JOSEPH 

from Nathan Resnicic 



THE CLASS OF '65 

from Clara Garvin 



BARBARA TERSHEL 

from Mr. S. Dreyfus and Family 



SURA HEISLER 

from Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosen 



CHARLOHE SILVERMAN 

from a Friend 



HANA GRAUMAN 

from Her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. O. Grauman 



REBECCA JOSEPH 
LYNDA HOCHBERGER 

from RABBI & MRS. Z. JOSEPH and Family 



EMILY TURKO 

from Meal Mart Delicatessen 



DIANE K. BRODY 

from the Brown Family 

BARBARA TERSHEL 

from Harold A. Coven 

TIRZA ZAETZ 

Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin N. Gissen 



TOBY ZIONS 

from Mr. & Mrs. L. Weiss 



JUDY GOLDSMITH 

from a Friend 



SARAH KRUL 

from a Friend 




RINA KOBRE 

from Rabbi & Mrs. Sklar, Yehuda & Ahuva 



LILA MAGNUS 

from the Magnus Family 



BARBARA TERSHEL 

from The Steins 



MARY KENT 

from a Friend 



SARAH PORTOWICZ 

from Dr. Elias Strugatz, D.D.S. 



RENA PERLMAN & CLASS OF '65 

from Her Parents and Brothers 



JOAN SONIKER 

from The Stutmans 



DIANE K. BRODY 

from Her Grandparents 
REV. & MRS. JACOB BROWN 



HARRIET MITTMAN 

from Levy Brothers 

ESTHER B. PESSIN 

from Alex Pessin 

PEARL GOLDFISCHER 

from Mom, Dad, Gerry and Bunny 



JUDY SUSSMAN 

from Jack Cohen 



LEAH SEGAL 

from Her Brothers 
MOSHE^ NATHAN, PENINAH, NACHUM, YIGAL 



ESTHER SPECTOR 



UNCLE PAUL, AUNT MAY, UNCLE SAM. AUNT EMMA 



Diseased nature oftentimes breaks forth in strange eruptions' 
— King Henry /V 



103 




Lord, what fools these mortals be — 'A Midsummer Night's Dream 



Mazel Tov 



CAROL SACHS 

from Betty and Mel 



LAYU SEIDENFELD 

from SURY, MOI5HE, MYRNA & ELI FRIEDMAN 



HARRIET MITTMAN 

from Top Mode Manufacturing Co. 



JOAN SONIKER 

from The Jacobs Family 



LEAH SEGAL 

from Jack Tobatchnick 



HELEN KOESTERICH & CLASS OF "65 

Her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. S. Koesterich 



JUDY GOLDSMITH 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Worms and Family 



TOVA FISHMAN 

from Mrs. Leah Hamovitz and Family 



GLORIA CAHN 

from Her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Cahn 



HANA GRAUMAN 

from Mr. & Mrs. Korn and Family 



SORA KELMAN 

from Her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. M. Kelman 



TONI GOLD 

from J. Sontag Glass & Shade Company 



PEARL GOLDFISCHER 

from Heights Glatt Kosher Sandwich Shop 



SUSAN EKSTEIN 

from Her Brother. Norbert Ekstein 



REBECCA DYKAN 

Her Grandmother Rebetzin Dzikansky 



DIANE K. BRODY 

from John Callucci 



DIANE K. BRODY 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Schaeffer 



PHYLLIS RUTHEN 

from Rabbi & Mrs. Alfred Roth and Family 



ESTHER PESSIN 

from Dr. Bernard Kirman and Dr. Levine 



ROCHELLE RUDITZKY 

from Mr. and Mrs. Dear 



SURA HEISLER 

from Uncle Sam, Aunt Blanche and Family 



AVIVA HESS 

from Oma and Opa 



ADELE HAYDA 

from Dr. Singer 



LYNDA HOCHBERGER 

Her Grandparents, MR. & MRS. JOSEPH HOCHBERGER 



GINNY HABERKORN 

from Phil and Miriam Braun 



MALKA BERKOWITZ 

from a Friend 



ELLEN BILENKER 

from Jerry Afiron 

HINDA BRILL 

from Her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Hyman Bril 



NADJA ROSENBAUM 
MALA WELTSMAN 

from MR. & MRS. G. FRENKEL, 
DAVID, GARRY and EPHRAIM 

SUSAN COHEN 

from Uncle Philip and Aunt Rose 



JUDITH APPLETON 

from MR. & MRS. H, APPLETON 
REBECCA, MARK, SUSAN, VARDA 




104 



Eternity was in our lips and eyes, 

Bliss in oirr brows bent' — Ani/ioiiy and Cleopalra 




'Was ever woman in this Humor wooed? 
Was ever woman in this humor won? "—King Richard lU 



Congratulations to 



TOBY ZIONS 

from Mr. & Mrs. Sol Singer 



TIRZA ZAETZ 

from Bertha Zaetz 



HELEN KOESTERICH 

from a Friend 



HANA SRAUMAN 

from Mr. & Mrs. Tusk and Sons 



THE CLASS OF "65 

from Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Feuerstein 



CAROL SACHS 

from Mr. & Mrs. W. Frenkel 



ESTHER PESSIN 

from Mr. & Mrs. Pincus Pessin 



CHANA ANTMAN 

from Mr. & Mrs. A. Antman and Rivka 



In Revered Memory of 
WOLF APPLETON 



MALKA BERKOWITZ 

from MR. & MRS. ABRAHAM BERKOWITZ 
and SHOSHANA 



ELLEN RUTH BILENKER 

from Naomi and Max Tirschweil 



ANNE BARANEK 

from Mom, Dad, Bea and Mike 



HINDA BRILL 

from Mitchell and Rivka Snyder 



DIANE K. BRODY 

from Harold S. Coven and Family 



LEAH BRAUN 

from Her Aunt, Irene Spierer 



EVELYN BERGER 

from Dr. & Mrs. V. Halpnit 



SUSAN COHEN 



GLORIA CAHN 

from Ethel and Robert A. Kaufman 



SURA HEISLER 

from Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Novick 



SUSAN EKSTEIN 

from Her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Emil Ekstein 



TOVA FISHMAN 

from Uncle Irving, Aunt Bettie & Family 



PEARL GOLDFISCHER 

from Uncle Vv'illie and Aunt Bella 



HANA GRAUMAN 

from Rabbi & Mrs. Bergman and Family 



TONI GOLD 

from a Friend 

BARBARA GUTFREUND 

from 
MR. & MRS. E. FUHRMAN. MICHAEL & MARVIN 



ESTHER PESSIN 

from Dr. Herbert Rosenberg, D.D.S. 



DIANE K. BRODY 

from 
MR. & MRS. MURRAY AUGENBAUM and SONS 



FAIGY and SARAH 

from John Lidos 



ROCHELLE GOLDBERG 

from 
RABBI & MRS. SHELDON BORGEN and RHONDA 



JESSICA GOLDSTEIN 

from Mr. & Mrs. Herman Zucker and Sons 



SORA KELMAN 

from Loretta Hazzon 

HELEN KOESTERICH 

from Dr. Felix Leo Slaubach 



'G-d save the mark "—SAafeespearc 




Et Tu Brute"— /uíius Caesar 



Best Wishes 



4 





Parkside Florists 
356 West 50th Street New York 19, N. Y. 


Abraham Blau Funeral Directors 

410 Grand Street New York 2, N. Y. 




Mauzone Kosher Products, Inc. 

69-42 Main Street Flushing 67, N. Y. 


Meal Mart 

952 Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 




Kosher Pizza by Chopsie 
2500 Amsterdam Avenue New York, N. Y. 


Ben Ari Arts 

11 Avenue A New York, N. Y. 




Better Sight Vision Center 

42-22 Main Street Flushing 55, N. Y. 


Schneider Meat Market, Inc. 

2035 Grand Avenue Bronx 53, N. Y. 




H. Goldberg, Inc. 

90 Hester Street New York, N. Y. 10002 


eiick & Dollick 

56 Walker Street New York, N. Y. 




A. Weinstock Glatt Meats 

128 Lee Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Papilsky Glatt Caterers Brewster Hotel 
Exclusive Caterers to the Fifth Avenue Synagogue 




Tomasso Brothers, Fuel Oil 

612 Jersey Street Elizabeth, N. J. 


Renee Cotton Frocks 

56! Broadway New York, N. Y. 




Jerusalem Slatt Kosher Provisions 

161 Seigel Street Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Raymond Snitow Associates 
75-20 Metropolitan Avenue, Middle Village, N. Y. 




Lederman & Boyar 
2296 Broadway New York 24, N. Y. 


Rainbow Fashions, Inc. 
576 Broadway New York, N. Y. 




Alfred P. Seligman, Inc. 

416 West 14th Street New York 14, N. Y. 


Eastern Pest Control Company, Inc. 
16 Jefferson Street New York 2, N. Y. 




Schwartz Brothers 

602 Tremont Bronx, N. Y. 


Fairway Trading Company 
178 Ludlow Street New York 2, N. Y. 




Allied Foreign Car Parts, Inc. 

73-22 Northern Blvd. Jackson Heights, N. Y. 


Berent & Smith 
94 RIvington Street New York, N. Y. 


IJ 


Elsmere Caterers 

284 East 170th Street New York 56, N. Y. 


Schild Brothers, Inc. 
1339 St. Nicholas Avenue New York, N. Y. 


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Pollack Flavor Company, Inc. 

319 East 3rd Street Mount Vernon, N. Y. 


Henry's Egg and Dairy Store 
92 Featherbed Lane Bronx, N. Y. 


C, 


Milton Weiskopf, Insurance 

135 William Street New York 38, N. Y. 


The Best Cooks in New York Serve 

Manischewitz Tarn Tarn Crackers 



So sliaken as we are, so wan with care ^-King Hciuy /V 



"I am not in the role of common men" — King Henry /V 



Best Wishes 



Metropolitan Jobbing Company 

242 Broome Street New York 2, N. Y. 



Wolfson's Kosher Meats and Poultry 
2187 Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Jack's Furniture Company 

4290 Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Linderman & Zaik Kosher Meats 

2709 Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Comet Cleaners, Inc. 

975 E. Tremont Avenue Bronx 60, N. Y. 



Beta Bake Shop 

34 West Burnside Avenue Bronx, N. Y. 



Amway Products 

1834 Broadway New York, N. Y. 10023 



1. & M. Kosher Restaurant Delicatessen 
112 West 57th Street New York, N. Y. 



Alexandria Hotel 
250 West 103rd Street New York, N. Y. 



Nick's Shoe Store 

754 Gerard Avenue Bronx 51, N. Y. 



M-B Coal Company 

45 Fairview Avenue New York, N. Y. 



Emil Moskowitz Glatt Meat Products 

844 Amsterdam Avenue New York 25, N. Y. 



Bakecraft Products Company, Inc. 
867 West I8lst Street New York 33, N. Y. 



Jack's Fruit & Vegetable Market 

272 East 170th Street Bronx, N. Y. 



Sam Heuer, Fruits and Produce 

115 Featherbed Lane Bronx, N. Y. 




G. & D. Kosher Bakery 

69-38 Main Street Flushing 67, N. Y. 



Marble Hill Yarn Shop 
5607 Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Gottlieb's Glatt Kosher Delicatessen 

352 Roebling Street Brooklyn II, N. Y. 



Contact Lens Service 
551 Fifth Avenue New York 17, N. Y. 



Coin-Op Dry Cleaners 

170-05 Hillside Avenue Laurelton, L. I. 



Noah Zark Kosher Pizza 

207 East Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Rudley's Stores, Inc. 
1830 Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Parkside Plaza Glatt Caterers 
56 Mt. Eden Avenue New York, N. Y. 



Nissim Hizme, Finest Hebrew Art Jewelry 
89 Canal Street New York, N. Y. 



Practicalities Company 
43-46 44th Street Long Island City, N. Y. 



Edmund Baver 
5 Hanover Square New York 4, N. Y. 



Krieger & Sussman, Inc., Kosher Meats 
4191 Broadway New York, N. Y. 



Israel Beigel Baking Company 
372 South 4th Stret Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Heshy's Fish Market 
74 Avenue C New York, N. Y. 



S. Schaffer Grocery Corporation 
450 Austin Place New York 55. N. Y. 



"As cold as any stone — King Henry V 



107 



WaJOouOoW. 




Congratulations to 
Our Niece 

Gloria Eps+ein 

UNCLE MAX and 
AUNT ANNA PRESSNER 

UNCLE MANNY and 
AUNT HELEN PRESSNER 



GR 5-7400 



National 
Kosher Meat Products 



220 EAST 6th STREET 
NEW YORK 



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told. (2) 




II. 

We kindled your torch and raised 
it to heights for the world to see. 

Torah Umadah live on eternally. 

Throughout our stay the spirit and 
friendships we hold so dear, will 
be renewed and strengthened 
from year to year. 



III. 

But life must move on and years 

pass us by. 
Like raindrops from heaven tears 

fall from our eyes. 
The guidance you gave us will never 

depart, fresh in our memories, 

deep in our hearts. (2) 



log 



Senior Directory 



Aboff, Basheva — 156 Hillside Road. Elizabeth 3, N.J. — EL 3-7438 
Abosch, Eva -- 519 4th Street, Lakewood. N.J. 08701 — 363-3712 
Antman. Chana — 2144 Bronx Park East, Bronx, N.Y. — 829-6727 
Appleton, Judith — 282 Maitland Avenue, Teaneck, N.J. 07666 — 837-6386 
Bach, Claire ^ 201 West 92nd Street, New York 23, N.Y. — EN 2-9861 
Baranek. Anne — RD 1 Box 51B, Bricktown, N.J. — 892-3871 
Berger, Evelyn — 39-26 47th Street, Sunnyside 4, N.Y. — RA 9-6654 
Berger, Judy — 212 East Broadway, New York. N.Y. 10002 — GR 3-4748 

Berkowitz. Malka — 119-14 Union Turnpike, Kew Gardens 13, N.Y. — BO 3-2153 

Bilenker, Ellen — 958 Edgewood Road, Elizabeth 3, N.J. — EL 2-3973 

Braun, Leah — 291 Walton Street, Englewood, N.J. — 368-0067 

Brill, Hinda — 85-73 Woodhaven Boulevard, Woodhaven 21, N.Y. — VI 7-8308 

Brody, Diane — 144-33 72nd Road, Flushing, N.Y. 11367 — BO 3-4433 

Cahn, Gloria — 41 Bennett Avenue, New York 33, N.Y. — LO 8-3606 

Cohen, Susan — 14 Linden Avenue, Spring Valley, N.Y. — EL 6-3697 

Dykan, Rebecca — 94-10 39 Avenue, Rego Park 73, N.Y. — 271-3174 

Ekstein, Susan — 340 West 86th Street, New York 24, N.Y. — SU 7-3584 

Epstein, Gloria — 241 Crystal Terrace, Hillside 3. N.J. — EL 3-2869 

Farkas, Rosanne — 69-44 171st Street, Flushing 65, N.Y. — OL 8-7475 

Fein, Doris — 1 7 1 1 Davidson Avenue, Bronx 53, N.Y. — CY 4-5424 

Fishman, Tova — 35-43 14th Street, Long Island City 6, N.Y. — RA 6-7701 

Friedman, Aviva— 141-47 71st Avenue, Kew Gds. Hills, N.Y. — BO 3-8383 

Glicksman, Esther — 205 West 81st Street, New York 24, N.Y. — SC 4-5958 

Gold, Toni — 1460 College Avenue, Bronx 57, N.Y. —LU 7-1137 

Goldberg, Rochelle— 108-49 66th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y. — TW 7-6944 

Goldfischer, Pearl — 1979 Walton Avenue, Bronx 53, N.Y. — 583-3441 

Goldsmith, Judy — 5 Carlton Lane, Monsey, New York — EL 6-2137 

Goldstein, Jessica — 739 West 186th Street, New York, N.Y. 10033 ^ LO 8-1773 

Gottesman, Florence — 93 Grant Avenue, Jersey City, N.J. 07305 — HE 5-1110 

Grauman, Hana — 245 West 1 04th Street, New York 23, N.Y. — UN 3- 1 287 

Grunbart, Faye — 66-29 Burns Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y. — RO 1-1139 

Gutfreund, Barbara — 70-20 lo8th Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y. — BO 1-1839 

Haberkorn, Ginny — 579 East 29th Street, Paterson 4, N.J. — SH 2-7233 

Hayda, Adele ^-1214 Shakespeare Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. — W^ a-0710 

Heisler. Sura — 69 Reservoir Avenue, Jersey City, N.J. — SW 2-3068 

Herzberg, Basheva — 890 East 6th Street, New York 9, N.Y. — CA 8-9287 

Hess, Aviva — 701 West 177th Street, New York, N.Y. 10053 — WA 8-0034 

Hochberger, Lynda — 493 West 186th Street, New York, N.Y. 10033 — LO 8-2316 

Horowitz, Elaine — 144-47 71st Avenue, Flushing, N.Y. — 344-8914 



Senior Directory 



Joseph, Rebecca — 4513 15th Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1 1219 — TR 1-2312 
Kelman, Sora ^ 3463 Seymour Avenue, Bronx 69, N.Y. ^ KI 7-3122 
Kent, Mary — 312 West 103th Street, New York 23, N.Y. — UN 6-3181 
Kobre, Rina ^2310 Throop Avenue, Bronx, New York — AD 1-0246 
Koestrich. Helen -- 43 Pinehurst Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10033 ^WA 7-4094 
Krul, Sarah — 80 West 32nd Street, Bayonne, New Jersey >— HE 6-7587 
Magnus, Lila ^ 220-61 73rd Avenue, Bayside 64, N.Y. — BA 9-3805 
Maza, Phyllis^ 18 Clark Street, South River, N.J. ^ CL 7-2947 
Mittman, Harriet ^ 473 FDR Drive, New York, N.Y. 10002 — OR 5-9169 
Morgenslern, Juha <— 3 Huntington Avenue, Wichita, Kansas — MU 3-9392 
Nowak, Laura — 360 East 63th Street, New York, N.Y. — UN i -4083 
Perlman, Rena -- 157-50 Francis Lewis Blvd., Laurelton, N.Y. ^- LA 7-5698 
Pessin, Esther ^ 500 Grand Street, New York, N.Y. 10002 — SP 7-6492 
Pfeffer, Sharon — 12 Elaine Place, Spring Valley, N.Y. — EL 6-2962 
Portowicz, Sarah — 487 East 92nd Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. ^ HY 6-7265 
Radzinski, Ruth — Los Naranjos 276, San Isidro, Lima, Peru — 23316 
Ramat, Vera ^ 12 Vincent Rd., Spring Valley, N.Y. — EL a-2778 
Rockoff, Elaine — 590 West 204th Street, N.Y. 10054 -— LO 9-5206 
Rosenbaum, Nadja — 67-40 Burns Street, Forest Hills, N.Y. — BO 5-1749 
Ruditzky, Rochelle ^ 156-1 1 Aquilar Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y. ^ AX 1-7260 
Ruthen, Phyllis — 415 Grand Street, New York 2, N.Y. — LF 5-4465 
Sachs, Caroline — 44 Bennett Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10053 — LO 8-2429 
Sebrow, Josephine — 2506 Throop Avenue, Nevs? York 69, N.Y. .-- KI 7-1745 
Segal, Leah — 61 Parkview Terrace, Newark 12, N.J. ^^ WA 6-1615 
Seidenfeld, Lora — - 105-47 63rd Road, Forest Hills 73, N.Y. ^ TW 7-4569 
Silverman, Charlotte — 69-27 169th Street, Fresh Meadows, N.Y. — AX 7-0008 
Smith, Marsi — 504 Grand Street, New York, N.Y. 10002 — 677-7671 
Soniker, Joan /— 1 1 Ridge Avenue, Spring Valley, N.Y. — EL 6-1236 
Spector, Esther -^ 1664 Grand Avenue, Bronx 35, N.Y. — CY 9-6791 
Sussman, Judy — 473 FDR Drive, New York, N.Y. 10002 — OR 5-3917 
Teitz, Abbie — 551 Chilton Street, Elizabeth, N.J. — EL 2-9386 
Tershel, Barbara — 144-48 75rd Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y. — BO 8-8979 
Turko, Emily — 255 West 84th Street, New York, N.Y. 10024 ^ SU 7-2645 
W^ahrsager, Rebecca ^ 906 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1 1215 — PR 8-8126 
Weitz, Ruth — 1 188 Grand Concourse, Bronx 36, N.Y. — JE 7-1605 
Weltsman, Mala -— 96-09 67th Avenue, Forest Hills 74, N.Y. ^ LI 4-7518 
Wolf, Rita — 64-20 Saunders St., Rego Park 74, N.Y. — TW 6-1466 
Zaetz, Tirza Ruth— 1515 Macombs Rd., Bronx 31, N.Y. — LU 8-1241 
Zions, Toby — 733 Walton Avenue, Bronx 31, N.Y. — ME 5-0550 



§rt}0nl Alma MnUt 



Our memories dim as the years go by 

Still a spark will 'ere remain to kindle a bright light 

The wisdom gained through the Torah we have learned 

Will serve to guide us onward throughout the coming years. 

From a tiny seed a tree will grow 

With loving care from above 

With roots so firm we must never fail 

To live and teach what we love. 

Our hearts will ne'er let us say good-bye. 

In Yeshiva the joy of our youth does lie, 

May G-D grant you the strength and the courage to continue 

To live up to our hopes 

And fulfill all our dreams. 



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